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COLUMN: Why the “Rainbow Wave” at the 2018 Midterm Election Matters...

By Elijah Root Sanchez The 2018 midterm election has been considered the most diverse election in terms of candidates and elected officials in America’s history....

Steve Dunwoody Could Be the Queer Candidate California’s Been Waiting For

His experience as a gay man has shaped who he would be as a politician, he says. "It's made me more confident in terms of advocating for those who don't have a voice. For many years, I felt as if I didn't have a voice because I couldn't be fully who I was."

In Trump’s America, the Hippocratic Oath Comes Under Threat

As the Trump Administration commits to giving healthcare workers a legal way to opt out of performing services for women and LGBTQ+ patients, the line between conscience and prejudice gets blurred.

Chelsea Manning Prepares for Potential Senate Run

“We need to stop expecting that out systems will somehow fix themselves.”

Danica Roem Has Officially Taken Office

Let the revolution begin!

What to Expect at This Year’s Amber Rose SlutWalk

From nun costumes to live performances, be prepared for a politically-charged good time.

This Summer, Women are the Voice of the Musical Resistance

We pledge our allegiance to the United States of Ke$ha

For Pride, Senator Kamala Harris Calls for a “Coalition”

For all his bloviating on subjects from the media to “covfefe,” Pride month went by without even a canned statement from President Donald Trump. But another Washington newcomer, California Senator Kamala Harris, has filled the silence left by the commander and chief with a video recalling her efforts to fight for marriage equality and offering the LGBTQ community her full support.

Do the Gays Still Approve of Kathy Griffin?

Kathy Griffin has been an unsung hero of gays everywhere since her role as restaurant critic Vicki Groener on the little appreciated late-90’s sitcom, “Suddenly Susan.” Since the pinnacle of her success, Griffin has played into her D-list celebrity status, even going so far as to make a reality show about it called, what else, “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List.”