What Forgetting James Byrd Jr., the Other Half of the Shepard-Byrd Hate Crimes Act, Says About the Way We Approach Hate and Identity
In a “No Fats, No Femmes” Culture, Could Encouraging Kindness on Hookup Apps Be Radical?
The Campaign to Preserve Massachusetts’ Trans Protections Was Successful Because It Centered Trans People
It’s Time to Recenter Kink and BDSM as Part of Radical Queer History
Want to Know Where Intersectional Queer Radicalism Is Thriving? Look to Appalachia.
Trans Kids Deserve Transition-Related Care From a Young Age—No Matter What Trump Says
Boy Erased Doesn’t Soft-Pedal the Horrors of Gay Conversion Therapy, and Thank God for That
Ritual Theater and the Radical Faeries: Reflections on Transformation Through Storytelling
Campy, Swishy Effeminacy Is Often Read as Meaning Queers Aren’t Serious. That’s a Mistake.
Matthew Shepard’s Interment Ceremony Transformed Prayer into Action
As a Queer Muslim Woman, the Most Radical Thing I Can Do Is Insist on Existing
For Most Travelers, Air Travel Is a Slog. But for Some Gay Male Flight Attendants, It’s Still Sexy.
It’s Time to Start Treating Asexual and Aromantic People Like the Adults We Are
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Bohemian Rhapsody
Being Transgender Is a Condition, Not a Choice. I Know Because I Tried Choosing Differently.
Bohemian Rhapsody Doesn’t Ignore Freddie Mercury’s Sexuality, but You May Wish It Did
Queer Sex Spaces Are Being Challenged to Be More Accommodating of Gender, Ability, and Trauma. But Inclusion Isn’t Easy.
What the Anti-Pornography Campaign of 1980s Radical Feminism Can Teach Us About Queer Politics Today
The Trump Administration’s Trans-Erasing Memo Represents a Radical Rejection of the Science of Sex
LGBTQ Legal Strategy Rests on Equal Protection. But if Identity Is Political Speech, the First Amendment Could Be Our Future.