The Closing of Into Proves That Queer Journalism and Corporate Values Are a Bad Mix
SCOTUS Lifts Two Injunctions Against Trump’s Trans Troops Ban—but the Policy Remains Blocked
In Honor of The L Word’s 15th Anniversary, a New “Chart” Shows How the Iconic Soap Connects “Celesbians” Everywhere
The Thrill of Gay Vacations
Transitioning Doesn’t Guarantee Immediate Joy. But It’s Still the Best Treatment for Gender Dysphoria.
Ellen Doesn’t Get to Decide if Kevin Hart Has Apologized for His Anti-Gay Remarks
Appeals Court Issues Disastrously Ignorant Decision on Trans Troops Ban
How I Taught My Teenager to Care About Politics (When I Barely Can)
New Research Shows How Denying Trans Identity Seriously Affects Mental Health
Why Adoption May Be Easier for Gay Men
RuPaul’s Drag Race Wants to Reconcile Queerness and Religion. And It Wants Queer People to Do All the Work.
Why Tumblr’s “Adult Content” Ban Threatens to Close a Crucial Space of Exploration for Trans Women
Yes, Straight Guys Masturbate Together. And This Is the Online Community Where They Can Connect.
The Fathers Project Imagines a World in Which AIDS Never Happened. But Would That Necessarily Mean Queer Utopia?
Uncovering the Hidden History of the AIDS Crisis on the New York Times Obituary Page
Andrea Long Chu’s NYT Essay on Her Painful Transition Is Important—and Also Deeply Flawed
Queer Family Is What You Make It
The New Fantastic Beasts Continues the Slow Striptease Toward Revealing Gay Dumbledore
Helping Kids Become Good LGBTQ Allies Means Teaching Privacy Alongside Acceptance
What Forgetting James Byrd Jr., the Other Half of the Shepard-Byrd Hate Crimes Act, Says About the Way We Approach Hate and Identity