Why Is J.K. Rowling So Obsessed With Trans Men?
Larry Kramer Was Often Seen as the Soul of ACT UP. But the Truth Is More Complex.
Long Island’s History of Racial Division Started Long Before Black Lives Matter Came to Merrick
The Lessons of Larry Kramer’s Loud, Confrontational Activism
As a Young HIV Activist, I Hated Larry Kramer. Then He Invited Me to Dinner.
Tourists Are Flooding Into Alabama Beach Towns in Record Numbers
People Like Amy Cooper Are Why I Left New York City
Do Queer Memoirs Have to Be Political?
Here’s What the Five Stages of Grief Get Totally Wrong
A Camp Director on Making the Toughest Call This Summer
I Have a “Quarantine Bubble” With People Outside My House. You Should Too.
My Town Just Lost Its Only Coffee Shop. It’s Shattering to the Community.
Haircuts, Movies, Hugs: 6,000 People on What They’re Comfortable Doing in Our New World
The Stream of Death and Bread in a Pandemic
My Life Was Turned Into a Movie. Here’s What Hollywood Left Out.
My Great-Grandfather’s Letters From Camp Funston Show the Origins of the 1918 Flu Pandemic in Real Time
My Friends Keep Postponing Their Weddings. That Feels Too Optimistic.
My Mom Was on a Ventilator Before the Pandemic. Here’s What Her Final Days Taught Me.
I Will Not Be Attending Your Exhausting Zoom Gathering
I’m Deaf and I Lip-Read. All Those Masks Are Presenting a Problem.