A Canadian couple is trying to raise their child free from impositions of gender. Some are calling it irresponsible; here, Adam Polaski argues that it’s a noble experiment.
Research shows that medical school students are more likely to use Wikipedia in preparation for exams than official peer-reviewed materials.
A new study shows that women are more involved with causes, and yet they’re still overshadowed by men in the management of nonprofit organizations.
A new study shows that the average listener can guess a man’s sexual orientation based on the way he says his vowels.
In the past week Tennessee and Minnesota have advanced several anti-gay measures, furthering the anti-equality movement in the U.S.
Animated characters taught me to listen, indulge, adventure, laugh, and stand up for what’s right.
A new ballot initiative in San Francisco could ban male circumcision in the city. Is this a win for “intactivists”?
Even after two decades of living with HIV, the ex–NBA star continues the charge to raise awareness, change perceptions, and find a cure.
The controversy over the latest cover of Dossier shines a new light on Americans’ discomfort with androgyny.
The producers of “Pan Am” and “The Playboy Club” risk paying tribute to these specific, unequal gender roles in a way that may contest our country’s recent strides toward equality.
After Movember and Manuary, does anyone really have the endurance for a mustachioed marathon in May?
Maybe “Bridesmaids,” with its $24.4 million weekend box office take, can prompt filmmakers to stop aggressively applying gender to comedy.
The CNN anchor, Phoenix Suns president, and Villanova basketball star are now positioned as LGBT role models for the sports world and the black community.
The wildly popular “SNL” sketch went live-action this weekend, and it stirred some debate over what’s offensive. But can’t we just have a long, hard laugh for the sake of satire?
Mark Horvath, by pooling resources and drawing on thousands of social media addicts, is working to show how communities can effect change.
Earlier this month, three printers in a row turned down publishing Kent State University’s LGBT-friendly Fusion magazine.