New Jersey gets serious about quack therapy, Glenn Greenwald stirs further controversy, and Cher's hair is Cher hair, as your AggreGAYtor teases hir coiff.
Since every behavioral health organization has condemned “conversion therapy,” but none has gone so far as to revoke the licenses of quacks who practice it, New Jersey has now banned the harmful practice.
The founder of the Imperial Court system, Empress José I, The Widow Norton, has passed, having lived a life filled with unique accomplishments, including being the first openly gay U.S. citizen to run for public office.
Gay weddings kick off in New Zealand, with some newlyweds joining the mile-high club.
Trans folks can teach people of faith a thing or two about God’s intentions for humanity.
Buffy rejected teen identity angst and replaced it with the concept of embracing our many, sometimes contradictory, identities.
Georgia appears to be following Russia’s lead with its own anti-gay backlash.
A Russian activist is either having a freak-out or is being forced to post bizarre rants on social media.
Oppression results in negative health outcomes, at least in New York.
Glenn Greenwald’s partner has been detained at Heathrow under new UK terror law. This story brings the fugly on all sides.
Elisa Chan doesn’t understand that the First Amendment doesn’t protect anyone from the consequences of what they say.
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