For trans people and asexuals, coming out isn’t just about visibility. It’s survival.
One group says, “Act like a man.” One group says, “Femme it up.” Icon does neither.
Jr. high, high school, college, trade school, any school can be challenging for gay, bi, trans*, and queer folk. We want to hear your stories and advice.
Faced with feeling like he had nowhere to go, Cameron started running. He stopped on a California freeway.
Doug Gertner’s 15 year old son wore a dress to the second day of school. Here’s how he reacted.
L. Lamar Wilson recounts a heady encounter between two young people who may or may not be acting as a queer mirror of Abraham Lincoln’s younger years.
The seemingly benign moments do in fact matter.
James Blakely explores what it means when the typical labels about sexuality don’t fit.
Dakota Garilli writes of boys, their mothers, and “how we learn /of love.”
Becoming a dad was not easy for Robert Lamarche. To do it, he had to fight the state and gain recognition for himself and want-to-be dads like him. Here is an interview with him, and his story.
Andrew Morrison-Gurza on the difficulties of asking for help when you just want to be one of the guys.
Writer and activist Andrew Morrison-Gurza strips down and shares why he loves his body in a feature about loving who you are.
Anti-gay conservatives often refer to children raised by same sex parents as “social experiments.” They are not experiments; they are human beings, and human beings with voices. Here is what those voices say.
Richard Peralta, on the New Zealand All Blacks vs. USA Eagles match at Soldier Field that was particularly meaningful for him as a gay rugby player and fan of the game