Time to Cancel Exxon's Government Contracts
September 02 2014 5:00 AM ET

Time to Cancel Exxon’s Government Contracts

Antonia Juhasz

Issuing an executive order banning LGBT workplace discrimination was a critical step. Enforcing it will make history.

Op-ed: The Backlash Against Equality Isn't Real
September 02 2014 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: The Backlash Against Equality Isn't Real

Matthew Breen

The backlash isn’t always a consequential thing, even if it’s sometimes a real thing.

How Proud Is the Proud Whopper?
September 01 2014 4:00 AM ET

How Proud Is the Proud Whopper?

Jeffrey Self

The new slogan “Be your way” was part of a Burger King Proud Whopper project. Is it actually what the company believes, or is this corporate lip service?

On Being a Tired Old Queen
July 24 2014 7:00 AM ET

On Being a Tired Old Queen

Michael Musto

The hookup atmosphere in nightlife may have died off, but now there’s room on the dance floor for an older generation. And you don’t even have to know who Liza is to have a good time with them. (But look up Liza, by the way.)

Armond White: The Long Day Closes Is The Greatest Gay Film Ever Made
July 23 2014 5:00 AM ET

Armond White Picks The Greatest Gay Film Ever Made

Armond White

Filmmaker Terence Davies’ longing and sublime look back at his youth, now on Criterion.

WATCH: Do Kids Movies Push The 'Gay Agenda'?
July 22 2014 8:00 AM ET

WATCH: Do Kids Movies Push The 'Gay Agenda'?

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Do kids’ movies like Frozen and The Boxtrolls push the “gay agenda?” I certainly hope so.

Number Crunch: Drugs
July 21 2014 7:13 AM ET

Number Crunch: Drugs

Advocate.com Editors

There’s been a very visible sea change in the relationship between Americans and drugs.

HIV: What's Missing in 'Undetectable'
July 21 2014 5:00 AM ET

HIV: What's Missing in 'Undetectable'

Bryan Van Gorder

A pioneering new study shows no HIV infections in mixed-status couples, and underscores the difficulty of getting MSM to take part.

Backyard Slights Are Pulling Us Down
July 18 2014 4:01 AM ET

Backyard Slights Are Pulling Us Down

Scout

Microaggressions are those barely-there slights, they’re the many tiny slights that grate across our days.

Editor's Letter: Excising That Word
July 18 2014 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: Excising That Word

Matthew Breen

Two words have been conflated with trans identities, and those words have hijacked much of the discourse.

Working While Trans
July 17 2014 4:00 AM ET

Working While Trans

Rebecca Juro

When you're ready to affirm your true gender but the job market is not.

Nupi Maanbi: The Transgender of Manipur
July 16 2014 4:03 AM ET

Nupi Maanbi: The Transgender of Manipur

Siddharth Haobijam

The maibis, a community of women mediums in India’s northeast Manipur state, lead a mystical existence, acting as religious counselors and oracles to the human world from that of the Meitei gods.

Woman Enough
July 16 2014 4:00 AM ET

Woman Enough

Roz Kaveney

The attack by self-identified radical feminists on trans people’s participation in feminism and the LGBT movement has never been a response to any bad behavior by trans women or trans men.

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