Hillary Clinton profile makes for some strange historical bedfellows.
A neat ad from 1954, introducing the American people to this new-fangled contraption: the dial telephone.
The opportunities for cross-partisan policymaking have all but disappeared.
To romanticize radicalism is a nostalgia we can’t afford, and it’s actually inimical to the goals of equality.
Julie Bindel wrote an interesting piece for the Guardian about how gay politics has gotten too mainstream for her tastes. And I’m sure it has. But I’m not convinced that ...
Why the pro-gay Employment Non-Discrimination Act, and executive order, appear dead in the water — again.
I worry that we’re witnessing the end of gay history. And I’m not convinced that it’s something to celebrate.
The famous footage of anti-gay crusader Anita Bryant, getting hit with a pie in the face, is there too.
I’d like to thank everyone who’s stood by us, and take you for a walk through some of our greatest hits.
“What we are now witnessing is the behavior of a politician who has clearly lost his mind.”
Back in the day, hospitals let doctors and nurses volunteer to work the AIDS floor – they refused to require it.
With the defeat of Arizona’s “religious freedom” bill, it’s time to reflect on the past and future of LGBT rights.