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When this Gay College Soccer Player Was Called a Slur by an Opponent, His Team Rallied around Him to a 5–0 Win

Couper Gunn had talked openly with his team about gay slurs and their impact on him. It impacted him that night.

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How to Respond When Someone Comes Out to You

Remember that it’s not about you.

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Pope Francis Sent Me a Letter. It Gives Me Hope as a Gay Catholic.

“Thank you for shining a light on the lives and bearing witness to the many priests, religious sisters and lay people, who opted to accompany, support and help their brothers and sisters who were sick from H.I.V. and AIDS at great risk to their profession and reputation.”

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The Risks of Coming Out at Work

Although society has made many strides in queer acceptance and visibility, coming out at work is still a monumental—and sometimes risky—task for many LGBTQ workers.

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Schools Struggle to Support LGBTQ Students

Recent research finds the majority of teachers want to help LGBTQ students but don’t always know how.

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When James Becomes Janice: What Not to Ask a Transgender Friend

Steven Petrow addresses questions about gay and straight etiquette for a boomer-age audience.

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Walking in Two Worlds: Canada’s ‘Two-Spirit’ Doctor Guiding Trans Teenagers

Sitting on the floor of a teepee, in a circle of patients, friends and relatives, Doctor James Makokis cried as he remembered his father struggling to accept him when he came out as gay at the age of 17.

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