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Roupe, who's loss in the November election means she'll be leaving the State Legislature this week, declined to sign The
So, put your identity where this writer told what has happened to gay people in America. How does it feel? Fearful? The president
This epidemic over 35 years old. It's our history, our culture, and our politics. It is incidental to our lives. Living in fear is agonizing and exhausting. No one should have to live that way. We can do better for our community.
Fighting to end gun violence in the United States, in other words, has long been a gay rights issue; it's been affecting our families for generations
I have gone through various phases regarding men. There have been times where I wanted all of them, and there have been moments I would've killed for just one. Sometime this year I realized the "just one" phase I'm currently overcome by has a permanent feel.
As the Florida non-profit blood donation center OneBlood was working around the clock to collect blood for the wounded victims
I am a fairly well known, highly visible, openly gay person of ambiguous gender. And tonight, after Orlando, I am nervous. If you're not gay or trans, please don't pretend to know what that feels like. No offense, but you just don't.
The problem that few are emphasizing is not that the gunman is American-born, but that the zealotry and homophobia that played out in the killings is equally homegrown.
Many of those spewing anti-gay rhetoric engage in gaslighting, which “is a form of mental abuse in which a victim is manipulated