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HEY, CHIRL: Help, I’m Scared of My Boyfriend’s Sex Toys!

The holidays are here, which means it’s time for our annual fight over whose family we spend them with. Is there any fair formula to […]

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Thor’s Brother to Be Bisexual in New Comic Book Spinoff

Not long ago, DC Comics introduced a new transgender character, Alysia, in Batgirl, and now Marvel is following suit, adding an LGBT character to its […]

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LGBT Six-Word Memoir of the Day: Liz Spikol

In partnership with SMITH Magazine’s Six-Word Memoir Project, we asked you to submit your queer life stories—succinctly. Every day until we run out, we will present the […]

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SURVEY: Sex is the Question

The CDC is encouraging men who have sex with other men to take a new survey – Sex is the Question – it’s the largest survey of its kind designed to help researchers learn more about sexual health, HIV, AIDS and other STDs.

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Real Life: LGBT Refugees

A new report from Organization for Refuge, Asylum & Migration and Indiana University study what the experiences are like for LGBT refugees fleeing countries over sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Hip-Hop Artist Comes Out

“Negative’s relative and critics are minimal,” raps Y-Love – also known at Yitz Jordan – a Hassidic hip-hop artist who taps into a mix of […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, May 4 Equality Forum continues today with the National Legal Panel (4 p.m.) and National Politics Panel (5:30 p.m.) at the National Constitution Center. […]

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What We Love: Outside the Frame

Deen is a Brooklyn-based performance artist who, like Cher or Madonna, is known on a first name basis. These days, audiences can find him in […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, March 23 Saga: The Rock Opera is looking for a few good singers and actors. Written by Philly’s own Erik Ransom, the show is […]

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New Guidelines in Housing

At the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force conference in Baltimore this weekend, Shaun Donovan, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), said that […]

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Gay Choice Debate Heats Up

Cynthia Nixon caused a fire storm recently when she said that for her – being gay is a choice. Since then, many advocates have criticized the […]

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Choosing to Be Gay

Cynthia Nixon (perhaps best known as Miranda from Sex and the City) recently told a reporter for The New York Times that in her experience, […]