LGBTQ Archive

Love Won?

After today’s Supreme Court ruling, some LGBT folks will now have access to the state sanctioned privileges designated

SCOTUS and The New Trans Movement

Today is a historic day in the United States, the Supreme Court has just ruled in

10 Things the Media Won’t Tell You About Black Millennials

via The Root Millennials, those born between 1980 and 1999, are arguably the most misunderstood and the most

You’ll Never See This Side of the Super Bowl on TV

via @PolicyMic  author @lauradimon It almost seems like another life, or like it could’ve, should’ve, just been

Ordinary Citizens Catalyzing Change: A ‘People’s History’ of 2013

This year has been full of examples of people making history. Although newspapers and textbooks often

Gays Not Welcome: Save Lives Elsewhere

Junior year I went to go give blood for my first time at my school. I

Poor Black & Latino Men Are the Face of H.I.V.

Via New York Times  The AIDS epidemic in America is rapidly becoming concentrated among poor, young

Hawaii to Be the 15th State to Legalize Gay Marriage

via PolicyMic  Hawaii is set to become the 15th state to legalize same-sex marriage, officially bringing the

Obama, Bayard Rustin, and the New LGBT Civil-Rights Movement

via On the eve of Martin Luther King Day in January 2008, Senator Barack Obama took the lectern

Lessons from Bayard Rustin: Why Economic Justice Is an LGBT Issue

Most Americans who have heard of Bayard Rustin know him by the historical taboo of his

Why I Support Compassionate, Comprehensive Immigration Reform

via Huffington Post I came to the United States when I was eighteen months old. As

Transgender Students Have New Rights In California

via Huffington Post  California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed legislation allowing transgender students in California to have access