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5 Years After Pulse Shooting, the LGBTQ Gun Debate Grows in the Face of Escalating Threats, Bigotry

5 Years After Pulse Shooting, the LGBTQ Gun Debate Grows in the Face of Escalating Threats, Bigotry

NATIONAL | By Finbarr Toesland | Jun 11
In the wake of recent mass shootings and the five-year anniversary of the Pulse massacre, one might think that Americans — especially LGBTQ Americans — have had enough. They have. But many in the queer community are beyond protests and petitions.

40 Years Later: Stigma and Progress Collide Since the Onset of the AIDS Crisis

40 Years Later: Stigma and Progress Collide Since the Onset of the AIDS Crisis

AIDS | By Billy McEntee | May 27
It's been 40 years since the AIDS crisis was first documented. Sweeping in scope and driven by those advocating for and living with HIV, EDGE offers a snapshot of where we've been and what the future holds for the fight against AIDS.

How LGBTQ Women and Allies are Reshaping Pro Sports

How LGBTQ Women and Allies are Reshaping Pro Sports

SPORTS | By Lindsay B. Davis | May 10
Not without its challenges, queer women in pro sports are raising the bar for representation, social justice and media attention. But what forces are behind this new narrative and long overdue power shift?

Behind the Scenes of Hollywood's 'Gay-For-Pay' Pipeline

Behind the Scenes of Hollywood's 'Gay-For-Pay' Pipeline

WORKPLACE | By Naveen Kumar | Apr 22
Casting LGBTQ actors in queer roles only scratches the surface of the complexities behind the Hollywood business model, where talent is a commodity and the benchmark for success is a delicate balance of earnings and artistry.

How a New Generation of LGBTQ Young Adult Books is Reshaping the Literary Landscape

How a New Generation of LGBTQ Young Adult Books is Reshaping the Literary Landscape

BOOKS | By Lauren Emily Whalen | Mar 27
A recent report reveals more than half of last year's top-selling books targeted kids or young adults. For LGBTQ authors and readers, the publishing industry exhibits slow progress in diversifying queer narratives.

Post Pandemic, Will Ailing Gay Bathhouses Make a Comeback?

Post Pandemic, Will Ailing Gay Bathhouses Make a Comeback?

HEALTH | By Naveen Kumar | Mar 18
COVID-19 has upended life as we know it, and bathhouses facilitate two social needs that have been thrown into especially sharp relief: Sex and public health consciousness. Will they emerge post-pandemic?

How a Gay-Owned Michigan Campground Exposed Anti-Trans Bias in the Queer Camping Community

How a Gay-Owned Michigan Campground Exposed Anti-Trans Bias in the Queer Camping Community

NATIONAL | By Dan Allen | Feb 26
Soon-to-open Camp Boomerang RV Park and Campground announced it would open this spring and cater exclusively to gay men, setting off a controversy about transgender guests that's reverberating through the queer camping community.

Trans Models Speak Out Against Sexual Harassment

Trans Models Speak Out Against Sexual Harassment

FASHION | By Merryn Johns | Feb 24
Transgender models continue to make inroads in the fashion industry, but not without risk. Now they're speaking up to advocate for fair and safe working conditions.

Is the Fragrance Industry Finally Breaking the Gender Binary?

Is the Fragrance Industry Finally Breaking the Gender Binary?

GROOMING | By Billy McEntee | Feb 19
Want to smell strong like a man or sweet like a woman? Think again. The fragrance industry is finally catching up regarding outdated olfactory tropes.

The Future of Menswear Isn't About Who Wears the Pants

The Future of Menswear Isn't About Who Wears the Pants

FASHION | By Naveen Kumar | Feb 13
From kaftans to lace shorts and peplum skirts, the future of men's fashion is undergoing a seismic shift.

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