Podcast
Katherine Davenport | The one-woman show 'Murder in the W.A.C.' is a funny, tragic tale of lesbians purged from the U.S. Army after the Second World War.
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?
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Inequality, racism, segregation. These injustices persist with remarkable tenacity in Alabama and throughout the U.S. But courageous people are rising up and shifting the course of history.
Blog
Jessica Prupas | Highlights from the blogs this week.
News
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H.G. Watson | Audrey Gauthier was elected CUPE local 4041 president and is the first openly transsexual union president in Canada. Gauthier aims to create an accepting environment by building solidarity.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | A persuasive argument from those on the left contends that the current LGBTQ agenda -- oriented as it is by a quest for equality by assimilation -- is actually hampering the pursuit of freedom.
Blog
Michael Laxer | In the end, you are not truly free to love and to exercise your human rights as equals if you are not able to do so publicly.
Blog
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Mercedes Allen | When R.E.A.L. Women of Canada's Gwen Landolt condemned support for LGBT human rights in Russia and Uganda, she exposed the truth about far right attitudes
News
Roy Mitchell leads the Embarrassing Mayor tour. Photo: Elizabeth Littlejohn
Roy Mitchell | For Pride High Holy Week 2013, I lit a candle each day and contemplated being Queer and Pride. The following are those contemplations.
Podcast
Derrick O'Keefe | Derrick O'Keefe interviews Spencer Chandra Herbert, NDP MLA for Vancouver-West End on Media Mornings.
Blog
Mercedes Allen | John Baird has commendably taken the lead on LGBT human rights in Uganda. But in understanding Uganda's social environment, we realize that forcefulness may actually be harmful.
Podcast
Matthew Adams, Stephen Benedetti | Wisconsin not a total loss, Obama gets one right (and one very wrong), Ontario does the right thing, Quebec and Canada fight for civil rights, plus Monsanto buys a critic and other news.