Giant Bees and Tortoises, Gay Dads, FEMA Funding: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
FEMA calls Trump's bluff, a study shows gay dads are excellent parents, and giant creatures are alive and well.
A Legislative Battle Looms Over Arizona's Repressive LGBT Education Laws
It is one of seven states with laws that prohibit the promotion of homosexuality and that expressly forbid teachers of health and sexuality education from discussing LGBT issues in a positive light—if at all.
Viewfinder: Celebrating India's Landmark LGBT Victory
A member of the LGBT community celebrates the Supreme Court's decision to strike down a colonial-era ban on gay sex in Mumbai, India, on September 6th, 2018.
Reclamando Nuestro Linaje: Resistencia Organizada, Queer, no Conforme Con el Género y Transgénero a la Violencia Policial
Este artículo trata sobre el papel que desempeñan las personas queer de color en la resistencia a la vigilancia policial opresiva.
Latent Homophobia Looms Over Blood Donation Waiting Periods
Despite some advances in how the FDA treats donations of blood from gay men, there's a long way to go to equality.
Anti-Gay Bias Is Even Diminishing on an Unconscious Level
A new study finds expressions of more accepting attitudes toward homosexuals are not just lip service.
'Religious Freedom' Is a Losing Argument Against LGBT Rights—Even Among Christians
A new poll shows that a well-trodden legal argument against same-sex marriage isn’t as popular as it seems.
Fraternal Birth Order and Kickstarting Homosexuality in the Womb
Researchers of fraternal birth order effect argue that sexual orientation correlates with an individual’s number of older brothers. Could this help to explain the homophobia of some traditional religious societies?
Negative Stereotypes Drive Opposition to Gay Rights
New research suggests prejudiced beliefs regarding homosexuals’ moral behavior leads people to oppose gay-rights legislation.
Americans Underestimate How Many Other Americans Support Gay Marriage
And conservatives are especially far off.
What to Think About Anti-Gay Crusaders Who Now Say They're Sorry?
Exodus International's Alan Chambers, Ken Mehlman, and others like them have done serious damage to a righteous cause. Is an apology enough?
Supreme Court Decisions in Favor of Gay Marriage Would Not Go 'Too Far, Too Fast'
Research in political science provides strong reasons to suspect that the Supreme Court may lead public opinion over the long-run.
Expect Gay Marriages in the Courthouse, Not the Statehouse
In Europe and most of the rest of the world, gay marriage arrives via legislatures, not courts. But the U.S. is different, as always.
Transgender Issues Hidden in Same-Sex Marriage Debate
The culture war over same-sex marriage in the United States ignores people whose gender has changed or is less than black-and-white.