February 09, 2016

An Education on Higher Learning Homophobia

A gay professor looks back in an excerpt from his memoir, 'Office Hours'.
February 02, 2016

To Be Queer, Poor, and Invisible in NYC

A Legal Services NYC director on how to help low-income LGBT New Yorkers.
January 26, 2016

Being Black and Trans Before It Was Cool

The Trans People of Color Coalition founder says it’s not enough to be visible.
January 19, 2016

Don't Forget the Other, Gayer Refugee Crisis

Immigration is a hot topic, but challenges facing queer refugees are often ignored.
January 12, 2016

Baby, We've Still Got Bad Blood

The National LGBTQ Task Force finds fault with the FDA’s new blood donation policy.
January 05, 2016

New Year, New Messes to Clean Up

For one gay man, getting sober only led to more self-medicating. So now what?
December 22, 2015

Find Your Own Family for the Holidays

A trans author on why disowned LGBT kids are never truly out alone in the cold.
December 15, 2015

Asexuality: Yes, It's a Thing!

The Aces NYC founder separates fact from fiction for this growing community.
December 08, 2015

Get Schooled on Big Gay College Purges

Remembering the persecution of university students assumed to be gay in the 1940s.
December 01, 2015

Is There Great Gay Sex After Meth?

In an excerpt from 'Lust, Men and Meth', a recovering addict tries to have clean sex.


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