Sex object, germ killer, battleground — the wonderful history of the beard.
Three tales of same-sex love in Ancient Egypt.
Out of Matthew Shepard’s tragic murder, a commitment to punishing hate crimes emerged.
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Big city gayborhoods: where they come from and why they still matter.
Hugh Brewster is the author of numerous best-selling books about the Titanic.
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In recent years, we have seen significant advances won for LGBT rights through hard-fought legal cases and well-targeted political campaigns.
The Titanic struck a North Atlantic iceberg on April 14, 1912; 705 passengers survived. This collection of photographs captures the Titanic and its...
In a series of recent tweets, Donald Trump proposed to ban transgender people from serving in the U.S. military.