According to one Republican, "the only people left are the weirdest, kookiest, crunchiest Trumpistas"
Decriminalizing sex work is a step that can start a monumental series of changes in our community
At Whitman-Walker Health, and in the Gender Affirming Care team in particular, we know that shame and stigma steal the quality of our health and...
Four million people danced, celebrated, and remembered the past during WorldPride and Stonewall 50
A half-century ago, the author was in New York City as the Uprising took hold, creating a movement
How a slight eye pain revealed an untreated syphilis diagnosis.
As the facts of the Smollett case continue to unfold, only two things are certain
Spike Lee and "Roma" got run over by the Oscar-winning, feel-good race drama Green Book
How will 2019 compare to the terrible year that just ended? We asked our readers.
As Matthew Shepard was laid to rest in the National Cathedral, it reminds us of how important his story is to combat hate
How healthy are we? For D.C.'s LGBTQ community, the question is not so easy to answer
On Saturday, Michelle Wolf reminded us that comedians are going where journalism and our government has failed us
What the LGBTQ community has witnessed in the past two decades is nothing short of extraordinary
We need to support the students who survived the Parkland shooting, as they help bring about real gun reform
The Parkland school shooting has forced lawmakers to confront gun laws and the NRA -- but are they going far enough?