Arizona's proposed law would have frightening unintended consequences.
How can someone be a feminist if she terminates health care for a pregnant woman?
Everyone is ready for a gay football player—except NFL execs and certain sports reporters, apparently.
Outrage sells—and responsible journalism suffers.
Finally, a TV show that insists on making gay life mundane.
Two weeks ago, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued its Mortality and Morbidity Weekly report, many outlets were quick to jump on one specific statistic: that unprotected anal sex among men is up nearly 20 percent from 2005 to 2011.
The New Republic's Julia Ioffe argues in an article Thursday that a boycott of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, next year would be “useless” because it would have little effect on stopping the violence and discrimination against gay people there. She goes even further by saying “the outrage” is useless, too.
Not because its gay supporters are embarrassed, but because there are voters to win over
Not because its gay supporters are embarrassed, but because there are voters to win over.