Thomas J West III recalls growing up in a town that was not accepting of who he was.
Timothy Tukes’ open letter to Morehouse College and its football team in response to homophobic slurs calls on them to choose humanity over oppression.
Equal rights are human rights. We all suffer if some of us are discriminated against and denied equality, and we all win if all have it.
One gay person. One anti-gay person. One hug.
When “that’s so gay” becomes a teachable moment for mom
Mitch Helix answers an article from Slate, explaining why its conclusions are wrong.
Jeff Hay thinks parents should lead by example—and that you can learn a lot about a person from the way they handle a bar stool.
Paul Blest on the gig that got out of control, and what he learned from it.
Mark Greene has one clear reason we should all fight for gay rights. Homophobic prohibitions against male touch are hurting straight men as well.
What’s in a name? When it comes to the “Tea Party,” a distortion of history.
Dennis Milam Bensie shares the experience of his gay friends’ raising of their son and their battle to do so.
There has been all sorts of misinformation floating around about the blackmail of Vatican Prelates and a gay lobby being at work, and Pope Francis’ confirmation of some of these things was leaked to the press.
How hateful is your section of the country? Twitter provides the answer.
This is a comment by Evin Carty on the post “Is Music the Last Sanctioned Outlet for Men to Express Their Emotions?”
Tom West embraces his sexuality. He figures the rest of the world will catch up soon enough.
The key to ending homophobia might be to open the conversation and create safe spaces.