FLORENCE, Italy — The power of the Catholic Church in Italy has compelled thousands of gay men and lesbians to live in the shadows, and the opposition of bishops helped make this the only major nation in Western Europe without broad legal rights for same-sex couples. But gay Catholics
Pat Steir cut her teeth in the 1970s and went on to become part of the fabric of the New York art world. From her quasi-conceptual paintings of that decade to the Waterfall paintings of the late 80s, Steir has long been something of a ubiquitous presence...
As I awakened from my slumber this morning I checked my Facebook page to see that I'd been tagged with a Bilerico Project article penned by Brynn Tannehill (who I have mad love and respect for) asserting that drag culture hurts the trans community.
Transgender characters in entertainment were always around, but as the punch line. When it came to news, it was usually about a hate crime. And I can tell you from personal experience even that coverage had to be fought for, from Brandon Teena to Fre...
America's student debt burden has been on the rise for years, along with America's class of incredibly well-educated retail workers. A new report reveals who's driving the train to debt hell: grad students. Don't do it!
if you’ve seen his name in print, it’s likely you already know how to talk about Murillo, because the chatter is coming down from high places. So let’s go!
Over the course of eight months, competitors work to collect enough points to get the coveted letter in the mail, inviting them to October’s World Gay Rodeo Finals in Fort Worth, Texas.
Tyler Glenn lead singer for Provo, Utah New Wave-pop quartet Neon Trees and a Mormon his entire life — reveals he is gay in the new issue of Rolling Stone (on stands Friday, March 28).
Why did Hannah burst in on Ray and Marnie?
ATLAH World Missionary Church in Brooklyn, New York, has been making headlines lately for a controversial sign out front: “Jesus would stone homos,” it says, “stoning is still the law.”