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Conversion Therapies Deadly Outcomes

I wish Leelah was alive today. ...

Julia Kunin @ Sandra Gering

Julia Kunin's latest work at her first one-person show at Sandra Gering reflects her mastery over material and an evolution in style. ...

Easter is about seeing those at the margins

For many Christians, Easter is a high holy holiday—it’s the religious bedrock that not only anchors them in their faith, but it also shapes and governs their view of the world. ...

The Love That Dare Not Speak its Name

With The Year We Thought About Love, Cantabrigian filmmaker Ellen Brodsky has made what some might call a dangerous documentary about youth in love, and what others would call a welcoming ...

New York Armory Show 2015 Edition

We were back at that New York artworld institution the Armory, a show we love to hate and hate to love. ...

Boston’s Forgotten Role in the Women’s Movement

March is Women’s History Month and Mary Dore’s documentary “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” helps us celebrate, remember, and cheer  one of our most vilified s ...

Pope's transparent views on transgenders

Pope Francis is a complicated, if not confusing, pontiff to the LGBTQ community—especially so to the transgender community. ...

When Politics Meets Oscar

Since it was the worst viewership of the Oscar's in seven years you may have missed what all the fuss was about. Here are the highlights of the acceptance speeches.   ...

Remembering the Lovings this Valentine’s Day

On this upcoming Valentine’s Day, I am reminded of no greater challenge to marriage equality than same-sex marriage that many LGBTQ activists are still struggling for in their states. ...

Full Moon in Leo

It’s snowing boatloads from the thick grey cloud covered sky and I not even sure daylight came today. ...

Chris Ofili Retrospective at The #NewMuseum

If you waited until the last minute to see the Chris Ofili retrospective "Night and Day" at the New Museum, this ...

Emilia Clarke is the First Game of Thrones Cast Member to Admit Jon Snow Might Return
Vanity Fair
July 1, 2015

Finally, a crack in the unified front.

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A Weekend of Russian Pride
The New Yorker
July 1, 2015

Masha Gessen on the refugees of anti-gay violence and legislation in Russia and former Soviet republics who came together for this year's Pride Parade.

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15 Fun Tidbits from Hillary’s Emails
NYMag
July 1, 2015

The first batch features congressional gossip, tech troubles, and a Nixon burn, but nothing about Benghazi.

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Escaped Convicts Swapped Celebrity Portrait Paintings for Tools
hyperallergic.com
June 30, 2015

Art may calm disturbed minds, but Richard Matt’s knack for drawing didn't keep him from snapping his 72-year-old boss's neck in 1997. It did, however, help him bust out of prison. According to the New York Times, prison guard Gene Palmer gave Matt and his

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Why Schumer’s Reaction to Critique Is a Dead End
Vulture
June 30, 2015

Rather than listen to the critique, she got defensive and recycled a series of arguments that have become familiar from previous incidents involving Trevor Noah, Lisa Lampanelli, Daniel Tosh, and others

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Scalia Is More Isolated, Ferocious Than Ever
NYMag
June 29, 2015

The more isolated he gets, the more extravagant his rhetoric becomes.

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How Artists Can Help Us Conceive of New Flags and Monuments for the US
hyperallergic.com
June 29, 2015

All flags bear the stain of conquest. We plant our flags over the dead to declare our newly claimed land or laws more valuable, an act declaring the deaths as less so, or worth it. I can’t think of one politically significant

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In Fez: The Art-Dealer’s Dar
Public Books
June 29, 2015

Located in Fez’s medina—one of the best preserved medieval cities in the Islamic world—and reachable only by foot, this antique shop beguiles customers with old carved wooden doors, ornate silverware, and richly framed mirrors and textiles.

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9 Transgender Men of Color
The Root
June 26, 2015

These men are using their life experiences to make a lasting impact on the transgender community.

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12 Live Horses Are Currently On Display In A Manhattan Art Gallery: Gothamist
gothamist.com
June 26, 2015

Yesterday we were alerted to an art exhibit which is comprised of live horses tethered to a wall in a Manhattan gallery. Is it art or animal cruelty? Below, critics and activists weigh in on the 3-day installation—called Untitled (12 Horses)—currently on display at Gavin Brown's Enterprise.

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Why SCOTUS Believes Same-Sex Marriage Is a Right -- NYMag
NYMag
June 26, 2015

Gay couples hailing from red states asked "for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right."

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A Party for Edith Windsor
The New Yorker
June 26, 2015

Ariel Levy on Edith Windsor’s reaction to the Supreme Court ruling, in Obergefell v. Hodges, that marriage is a fundamental right for all Americans.

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Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes
ARTnews
June 24, 2015

Despite encouraging signs of women’s improved status and visibility in the art world, there are still major systemic problems. Do not misunderstand me: women

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Linda Nochlin on Feminism Then and Now
ARTnews
June 24, 2015

The following is a companion Q&A to Maura Reilly’s examination of the status of Women in the Art World, "Taking the Measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and

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Kanye West Did Not Compare Himself to Leonardo Da Vinci (Except, He Did) | In the Air
BLOUIN ARTINFO Blogs
June 24, 2015

Rapper, producer, entrepreneur, and minor deity Kanye West would like you to know that he did not just compare himself to Leonardo Da Vinci. But he could if he wanted to.

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court uphold planned parenthoods telemedicine abortion
feministing
June 19, 2015

In a blow to a popular anti-choice restriction, Iowa’s Supreme Court ruled today that the state’s attempt to ban a Planned Parenthood program administering abortion via telemedicine is unconstitutional.

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Woman Raising Money to Make Relentlessly Gay Yard Even Gayer
jezebel.com
June 19, 2015

One woman in Baltimore is not taking complaints about her “relentlessly gay” yard lying down.

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Things Fall Apart: On Mother Emanuel and White Terrorism
The Root
June 19, 2015

We are a nation sick with racism, refusing to seek comprehensive treatment, and black people are disproportionately suffering because of it.

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When they ask ‘Miss, are you a lesbian?’, I tell them yes
The Guardian
June 16, 2015

It isn’t easy for a teacher to be out in the classroom. But being seen to be accepted can be of real help to gay students at school

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