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Gay Conversion Therapy Is Still Legal in 41 States
According to a new report, tens of thousands of teens will undergo the discredited practice before turning 18.
Historians Are Debating if Walt Whitman Took a Dick Pic
It's beloved poet Walt Whitman's 198th birthday, and we're looking at his alleged nudes.
One Third of Americans Uncomfortable with LGBTQ Colleagues, Study Shows
According to the 2017 GLAAD Accelerating Acceptance Study, they're also uncomfortable with LGBTQ neighbors and family members.
Dustin Lance Black’s New ABC Drama Aims to Bring Gay History to Middle America
The Academy Award-winning 'Milk' screenwriter's new show, ‘When We Rise,’ follows three LGBTQ activists from 1970s gay liberation to 21st century marriage equality. Can the series unite a divided country?
The Trans Women Who Become Lesbians After Years as Gay Men
While researchers have yet to determine whether changes in hormones lead to changes in sexual orientation, for many trans lesbians, the logic is clear: If you don't have to live as a man anymore, why would you date them?
High School Is Still a Living Nightmare for Queer Teens
A new study found that LGBTQ students report being victimized for sexual orientation, gender expression, gender, appearance/body size, and disability more often than their non-LGBTQ peers. School environments may be so hostile that some students are...
Australian Actress Brenna Harding on Same-Sex Parenting Rights and Female Collectives
Broadly sits down with Puberty Blues actor Brenna Harding to talk activism and the power of female collectives.
Homophobia Runs Rampant in Startup Culture, Study Says
Non-profit StartOut's research revealed that the LGBT community faces significant discrimination within the business world.
Queer Teens Facing 'Unacceptable' Levels of Physical and Sexual Violence
A survey released this month by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that teens who identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual are significantly more at risk for violence and depression than their straight peers.
'Out of All the Clubs in Orlando, It Was Home': Gay Floridians React to Shooting
"Everyone truly cared about each other. It wasn't just a place to get drunk," a local drag queen says about Pulse, the Orlando night club where the recent mass shooting took place. "It was a family gathering."
Americans Are Having More Gay Sex Than Ever Before
According to a San Diego State University study, we're more likely than ever to report having had same-sex experiences—and being OK with it.
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