Just in time for potentially awkward holiday gatherings, we present a holiday fave: Author and civil rights lawyer Abby Dees tells our allies go ahead, ask LGBTQ relatives or friends your burning questions. If you’re queer, she...

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Dec. 1, 1998, soon after its namesake's savage murder, the Matthew Shepard Foundation was launched to erase hate-based violence. We’ve seen big advances since, and big setbacks. Hear thoughts and action items from LGBTQ+ leaders.

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For Veterans Day, writer Lauren Hough: She grew up in Christian "doomsday" cult The Family, which her father had joined to dodge the Vietnam War. Hough fled to the Air Force, where she got anti-lesbian death threats and her car was torched.

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25 years ago this month, a gay college student was savagely beaten, tied to a fence post, and left outside on a cold night near Laramie, Wyoming. Matthew Shepard died in a hospital five days...

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Is Burning Man worth the heat and dust? What’s queer about it? Is it true that many “straight” boys and girls put out there, as they explore their sexuality?

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