In 2011, Strong Families set out to reach and highlight women who are often overlooked in the mainstream celebration of Mother’s Day — low-income moms, young moms, immigrant moms, single moms, incarcerated moms, queer moms, and moms
The Iowa Supreme Court expanded on its landmark 2009 decision legalizing same-sex marriage last week by requiring a child’s birth certificate to include both parents’ names.
Here’s an argument I didn’t expect to be making today: Yes, gay people care about the future. In fact, judging by their economic behavior, they are unusually future-focused.
From the blog Shutdown Corner: New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is one of the most influential figures in the National Football League and has congratulated Jason Collins for becoming the first male athlete in one of the four major sports leagues to
Face The Nation on CBS: When coming out as gay is no longer big news - Bob Schieffer on how an ever-changing America casually accepts what once would have been unthinkable: A gay male athlete in the big leagues
Smith College's gender and sexuality advocacy organization Q&A recently delivered a petition with 4,000 signatures to the university's admission's office in support of a transgender woman, Calliope Wong ...
Marcie B's new Lambda Literary column, replete with Marlovian references!
The number of women seeking cosmetic "upper arm-lift" procedures has increased by 4,378 percent since 2000, due—many speculate—to Ms. Obama's bodacious arms:
Well, everybody, it appears that capitalism is the answer to all problems! Okay, well, not really, but a new economic analysis authored by Betsey Stevenson and Just Wolfers has found one basic, straightforward conclusion: More money makes you happier, and you can never have too much of it.
“Sonnet 29” is a favorite of mine because it makes me laugh about unhappiness—my own and Shakespeare's.