Despite some advances in how the FDA treats donations of blood from gay men, there's a long way to go to equality.
A new poll shows that a well-trodden legal argument against same-sex marriage isn’t as popular as it seems.
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?
New research suggests prejudiced beliefs regarding homosexuals’ moral behavior leads people to oppose gay-rights legislation.
Exodus International's Alan Chambers, Ken Mehlman, and others like them have done serious damage to a righteous cause. Is an apology enough?
Research in political science provides strong reasons to suspect that the Supreme Court may lead public opinion over the long-run.
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.
The culture war over same-sex marriage in the United States ignores people whose gender has changed or is less than black-and-white.
Years of operating under the "don't ask, don't tell" policy created a backlog of questions to answer as the U.S. military works to integrate openly gay troops into the ranks.
Documentary film "Making the Boys" recounts the rise, fall and redemption of the groundbreaking and controversial play, "The Boys in the Band."