Members of the American Medical Association (AMA) voted to end a decades-old ban against gay men donating blood.
Teen romance is tough enough when you’re not accused of breaking the law.
But that’s exactly the predicament Kaitlyn Hunt, a high school senior from Sebastian, Fla., finds herself in. Hunt, 18, was arrested Feb. 16 for …
How long does bullying over sexual orientation continue?
Newly passed laws allowing gay marriage mean more children will have a broader view of what it means to be a family
A study of black gay and bisexual men in six U.S. cities finds that rates of HIV are increasing at a troublesome pace: each year, nearly 3% of gay black men become infected with HIV, a 50% higher rate than among their white counterparts.
Even in countries that have made great gains in reducing the burden of AIDS, the epidemic is still growing among gay men
Is the discussion over gay parenting becoming the abortion debate of the new era?
This week is peak season for Christmas cards, and if you get one that features friends or relatives holding a sign that says “Equality for ALL Families in 2012” or “Love Makes a Family,” you can thank Zach Wahls.
On Sept. 8, the U.K. Dept. of Health announced it would lift its lifetime ban on blood donation by men who have sex with other men, a policy that gay activists have long criticized as unfair.
As gay couples in New York gear up for the first full weekend during which they’re eligible to tie the knot, someone they hope they’ll never run into has a few words of caution: be careful.
Move over, Emily Post! When it comes to etiquette for members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community — as well as their straight friends, family members and coworkers — author and journalist Steven Petrow is …
Ovulation is a really useful biological function. Not only does it facilitate pregnancy — though sperm are in no short supply, the ephemeral egg appears just once a month — but new research finds that it also helps a woman …
In the largest study of its kind, government health officials report that gay, lesbian and bisexual teenagers are significantly more likely to engage in risky, unhealthy behaviors — such as smoking, drinking, using drugs, …