The conservative idea that civil rights protections sexually endanger women and children in public bathrooms is not new.
The Gay Revolution provides a moving account of the LGBT movement in the United States.
Why a general pardon is good politics but bad history.
There is a new movement to ‘pray the gay away’ at a Catholic retreat in Angolo Terme in Brescia.
In the end, silences in the historical record may tell us as much about poor journalistic research as they tell us about antigay bias.
In May 1988, when Marc Stein was working as the coordinating editor of Gay Community News in Boston, Massachusetts, he interviewed Jeffrey Weeks, the influential British sociologist and historian.
A short experimental film has gone down in history as the catalyst for one of the early crises of the Cuban Revolution.