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Among the dozens of items displayed in “Illegal to be You: Gay History Beyond Stonewall” — an exhibition case unveiled this month at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. — are several items from our editor, longtime LGBTQ activist and journalist Bil Browning. The items, donated by Browning and his longtime partner Jerame Davis, include a small paper gift box taken from a gay wedding, a bullhorn from Davis’ activist days in Indiana, and two buttons:...

The Trump administration has proposed a rule that would allow that healthcare providers to discriminate against over 1.4 million transgender adults. Over 150,000 trans teens would also be affected. The proposed change under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) could remove transgender health protections from the Affordable Care Act. It would also give  medical professionals and other healthcare providers the right to refuse to treat any transgender person for any condition if they cite their religious beliefs. Under the...

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Today this video blog became viral. John Barrowman, a star of “Doctor Who”, “Torchwood” and  TV’s Arrow, shot his daily video blog near the swimming pool. His...

The designer and his muse have been spotted together on the red carpet and on vacation. Has Cupid hit Calvin Klein again? The designer, 74,...