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I didn’t grow up with a huge investment in gun culture. The weapon is there to protect me—hopefully, as a last resort.
There are still swaths of the populace that don’t want to acknowledge our struggles or don’t want us to even exist.
I was a Floridian. That’s my second home. That’s where I came out as gay. That’s where I loved for the first time.
Tim Curfman, a Generation Xer in his late 40s, and Josh Inocéncio, a Millennial in his mid-20s, explore the question, “What has changed and what has stayed the same?”
President Barack Obama, who has used his presidency to transform the national conversation on gay and transgender rights, is poised to designate the historic Stonewall Inn as the first-ever national LGBT...
There are two pervasive issues in our society that high schools, especially in Texas, don’t confront enough: rape and colonialism.
From June 5–11, Houstonian Christopher Luke Moore, 26, will ride 545 miles on his bicycle from San Francisco to Los Angeles for the annual AIDS/LifeCycle ride.
The healing ritual Beyoncé cultivates is not for those of us outside the black female experience. She lets us peek into the ritual, but she does not ask us to join.
'Looking for Normal' charts the journey of Roy, an Ohio man married for 25 years who comes out to his wife, Irma, and his children as a transwoman.