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New Barriers to Gender-Affirming Care
By Cecilia Nowell
Pope Approves Blessings for Same-Sex Couples
By NICOLE WINFIELD and DAVID CRARY / AP
The Economic Cost of Homophobia
By Chad de Guzman
What Women's Soccer Means to Queer Fans
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The Teacher Who Is Suing Montana for Her Right to Wear Costumes
Her teaching methods could be considered “drag story hour” in which she is a “drag queen” or “drag king” under Montana law.
By Sanya Mansoor
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Greece's PM Plans to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage
It's a huge step forward for LGBTQ rights in a region where some conservative governments are cracking down on the community.
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Supreme Court Ruling Weakens Gay Marriage
In deciding a Colorado web designer could choose to not take on LGBTQ couples looking to marry, the court weakened the legal foundation for same-sex marriage.
By Philip Elliott
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Singapore’s LGBT Community Turns Its Attention to Family Acceptance
Months after Singapore decriminalized consensual gay sex, the city-state’s closest thing to a Pride event highlights how far its LGBT community has come—and how far it still has to go.
By Chad de Guzman and Koh Ewe / Singapore
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What Trans Visibility Gave Me
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By McKenzie Wark
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7 Years After the Pulse Nightclub Shooting, Florida Must Reject Hate
The LGBTIA+ community remains under siege, writes Brandon J. Wolf.
By Brandon J. Wolf
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Colorado Springs Readies For First Pride Parade Since Club Q
Tens of thousands are expected to gather at Pride—not just to see the performers, but also to be in community and commemorate the victims.
By Solcyré Burga
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How to Talk to Your Kids About Gender
TIME spoke to experts about how what families need to know about discussing gender with their children at different stages of their youth.
By Solcyré Burga
June 5, 2023
We're Here, We're Queer, We're Getting Married in Florida
"As I prepare to marry the person I love in Florida, I vacillate between excitement and dread."
By Kristen Arnett
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The First Congressman to Come Out as Gay
Rep. Gerry Studds came out 40 years ago with a speech on the House floor. Rep. Barney Frank said it affected his own coming out.
By Olivia B. Waxman
June 1, 2023
Florida Teacher Investigated for Disney Film
Florida has opened an investigation into a teacher who showed her students a Disney film featuring a gay character during class.
By Simmone Shah
May 16, 2023
Rep. Zooey Zephyr: My Censure Was an Attack on Democracy
Montana Rep. Zooey Zephyr spoke to TIME the day after filing a lawsuit after being banned from the state house
By Sanya Mansoor
May 2, 2023
Pioneering Trans Politician: 'We Have Not Come a Long Way'
Susan Kimberly, a Minnesota politician, came out in the 1980s and was embraced by Democrats and Republicans alike
By Karl Vick
April 30, 2023
How Putin Boosted LGBT Support in Ukraine
Russian president Vladimir Putin weaponized homophobia as a reason to invade Ukraine. Now, that's backfiring.
By Yasmeen Serhan
April 21, 2023
India Is About to Decide the Fate of Same-Sex Marriage
TIME speaks to the lead petitioners in a Supreme Court case that could be a historic win for LGBTQ+ people.
By Astha Rajvanshi
April 19, 2023
This Instagram Page Puts GOP Members in Drag
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