A forum with Ellen Willis, Martha Fineman, Patricia Hill Collins, Judith Butler, Susan Brownmiller, E.J. Graff, Michael Eric Dyson, Judith Stacey and others.
The marriage-equality movement confronts anti-gay sentiment among blacks.
Because of space constraints and incautious wording in my column last week, I referred to the Times's "Jayson Blair/Gerald Boyd problem." I intended to refer to those attacks on the Times that had asserted or implied that Boyd had in some way been responsible for overlooking Blair's shortcomings and that this pattern somehow reflected on the Times's affirmative-action policies. I did not mean to imply that there was any truth to these accusations. Indeed, there is none on the record as far as I am aware. I apologize to Mr. Boyd for any misimpressions I may have created. --Eric Alterman
When gays wed, all hell will break loose. If only.
As politicians square off on gay marriage, progressives must enter the debate.
Will someone please explain to me how permitting gays and lesbians to marry threatens the institution of marriage?
In January 1948 Dutton brought out the third novel of a promising young
writer named Gore Vidal. The publishing house was nervous.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision in favor of gay
marriage may have set off a political earthquake, but as a matter of law
it was a no-brainer.
Early on the crisp morning of October 15, the archbishops of
thirty-seven of the thirty-eight provinces of the Anglican Communion
(known as primates) gathered in closed session at Lambeth Palac
The GOP embrace of homophobia is more than simply a sop to the far right.