Podcast
Peter Gadjics on his book "The Inheritance of Shame"
David Peck | Peter Gajdics talks about "The Inheritance of Shame," dealing with trauma surviving conversion therapy and how remembering helps in his recovery.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with lesbian feminist journalist, Julie Bindel, about the mass shooting in Orlando and why anti-gay bigotry still exists today.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | Clearly, so long as heterosexual couples are allowed to marry, same-sex couples should be able to as well. But why not turn our attention to women's human rights?
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Julie Bindel about the history of the gay rights movement and the way in which the gay community has become, in many ways, more conformist than radical.
Blog
babble book club | babble book club's newest selection is a double feature of graphic novels: 'It's a good life, when you don't weaken' by Seth and 'Fun Home: A family tragicomic' by Alison Bechdel.
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | What was the UN thinking? This past week a group of Arab and African nations succeeded in removing a reference to sexual orientation from a UN resolution condemning unjustified executions.
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | Sasha's advice on dealing with social perceptions about sexual orientation and taking stock of options for contraception.
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | This week Sasha offers her thoughts on New Relationship Energy and Dan Savage's It Gets Better project.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | "As we mark the end of America's combat mission in Iraq," President Obama said this week, "a grateful America must pay tribute to all who served there." He should have added, "unless you're gay."
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | Getting a kick out of a girl in expensive shoes, and finding cross-dressing straight men.
Blog
Pope cartoon
Griselda Grumpfuttock | Surely the Pope, if anyone, is entitled to pontificate on matters of grave import such as these -- it's his very own verb, in fact.
Blog
Nico Little | If things have truly progressed, how come so many of my gay friends are still afraid to hold hands in public?