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Since California's Prop 8, gay activists of a new generation have jumped into the fray.
At this past weekend's National Equality March, fury, or at least frustration, with the president trumped hope. On four key gay rights reforms, the administration's support is decidedly mixed at best.
A grassroots group for LGBT activism, born at last weekend's National Equality March, plans to push Obama harder than established gay rights groups will.
Some National Football League players appear to be turning over a new leaf when it comes to gay rights, but a history of homophobia still haunts the sport.
Scrutinizing the machinery of the "straight state."
The Nation's Richard Kim and others discuss the admittedly provocative antics of Sacha Baron Cohen's latest creation.
The Nation's Richard Kim participates in a panel discussion on the role of LGBT politics within the progressive movement.
Nation contributor Lisa Duggan reflects on the state of the gay rights movement, forty years after Stonewall.
Since Obama traced his dazzling arc to the presidency, his stance on gay rights has become murkier, and more Clintonian.
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