Republicans are leveraging public ignorance about trans people to deny Queer Americans basic civil rights.
There’s a lot of bad news out there, but I hope we’ll celebrate amid the pain.
A Supreme Court decision over a stop and search case makes it easier for illegal police searches to suddenly become legal—and that has an effect on Black and Brown people.
The Supreme Court’s affirmation of the right to marry and its rainbow-striped afterglow unleashed conservative tantrums.
When not being shooed off the courthouse steps by police, the crowd sang “God Bless America” and “Goin’ to the Chapel.”
Same-sex marriage and adoption move forward in France.
Conservatives will miss gay-bashing as an electoral strategy.
More states should follow California’s lead and protect minors from the junk science known as “conversion therapy.”
Gay Pride week in Serbia saw its unfair share of controversies.
The DADT repeal marked a significant step toward equal rights for the LGBT community, but the problems don’t stop — or start — there.
When it comes to attitudes toward gays and lesbians in Africa, donor countries need to conjure up all their skill to walk the tightrope between mindfulness and meddling.
As the suffragists who fought for voting rights for women and the abolitionists who struggled to end slavery learned, freedom takes time.
During her visit to Washington, Dr. Tamale will be discussing her groundbreaking new book African Sexualities: A Reader, published by Pambazuka Press, which examines African sexualities and investigates the intersections between sex, power, masculinities, and femininities.