Once a predominantly violent tactic to “cure” LGBTQ people's sexuality, this "religious guidance" method has shifted more toward talk therapy. But the damaging psychological effects remain the same.
The Supreme Court is split on yet another critical case on LGBTQ rights. The ruling will yield either an anti-discrimination precedent, or yet another slap in the face to civil rights.
In the '70s and '80s, living an openly gay existence was unimaginable. Could this current regime return us to this repressive way of life?
If 29-year-old community organizer Liliana Bakhtiari wins Atlanta’s District 5 city council seat, she will become the first queer Muslim woman elected to office in United States history.
Jeff Sessions' “religious freedom” memo is the latest from an administration bent on destroying protections for women and LGBTQ people. And worse, it’s actually legal.
Credible journalism warrants that reporters present “both sides.” But is it reasonable to demand the artifice of reporters not having an opinion in these highly politicized times?
In a bigoted campaign launched with tweets, this administration has confirmed our worst fears about its anti-LGBTQ plans. How far can this go?
The writer’s life was transformed 30 years ago when she first watched this lesbian love story, and rereleased this month. Does this tale of our queer past give us a glimpse of our queer future?
There is much to praise about Beyoncé’s husband’s new album, which documents the rapper’s reckoning with toxic masculinity. But is he due all the credit for his evolution?
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of the baker who claimed “religious reasons” for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, we're all in trouble.