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.
In the nation's reddest state, Salt Lake City queers are making big love.
The Nation's Richard Kim joins a panel discussion on the impact of Prop 8 in California being upheld and more.
The (totally straight) Colbert Coalition has formed to oppose same-sex marriage--and make a commercial about it.
With Barack Obama's inauguration, Gene Robinson has hope that an openly gay person can become president in the future.
The IRS forbids religious organizations from "substantially" lobbying for political legislation. Did the Mormon Church violate this law?
The Episcopal Church's promotion of an openly gay clergyman has created a serious rift within the religious community, threatening the future of the denomination.
Let us pause, amid the muddle of the moment in this season of renewal and fresh starts, to consider fundamental things.
If Rick Warren, Barack Obama and the gay community can find common ground, it'll be on civil, not religious, grounds. So let's separate church and state.