1. Police in Australia Offer Million-Dollar Reward in Gay Man’s 1988 Death Foreign, December 8

    The police hope the reward will lead to information about the death of Scott Johnson, an American mathematician who was forced off a cliff in Sydney in a hate crime.

  2. My 15-Year-Old Daughter Told Me She’s Pansexual and Dating a Transgender Boy. I’m Struggling. Styles, December 4

    A mother wonders how to support the child she doesn’t entirely understand.

  3. ‘He Did Not Lead on AIDS’: With Bush, Activists See a Mixed Legacy Express, December 3

    The 41st president signed two important H.I.V./AIDS laws, but many activists saw him as a barrier to addressing the crisis in the 1980s and 1990s.

  4. Athlete to Activist: How a Public Coming Out Shaped a Young Football Player’s Life U.S., December 1

    In a very public speech last year, Jake Bain, now a college athlete, became an accidental activist determined to change the national conversation about gay teenagers.

  5. Loss and Bravery: Intimate Snapshots From the First Decade of the AIDS Crisis National, December 1

    Covering the tragic escalation of an epidemic

  6. Grindr President Defends Same-Sex Marriage Comments After Backlash Express, November 30

    Scott Chen, the president of the gay dating app, said his personal view of marriage as “between a man and a woman” did not contradict his support for same-sex marriage.

  7. How Twitter’s Ban on ‘Deadnaming’ Promotes Free Speech Op Ed, November 29

    Trans people are less likely to speak up if they know they’re going to be constantly told they don’t exist.

  8. Feeling Better After Gender Transition Letters, November 29

    Readers say bad outcomes are rare.

  9. Medical Care for Transgender Adults Letters, November 26

    The writer of an Atlantic cover story takes issue with a Sunday Review essay.

  10. My New Vagina Won’t Make Me Happy Op Ed, November 24

    And it shouldn’t have to.

  11. Trump Asks Supreme Court for Fast Appeal on Transgender Military Ban Washington, November 23

    In what has become an increasingly common move for the Trump administration, it asked the justices to step in before lower courts have ruled.

  12. A Gay Councilman in Texas, Ousted From Office, Says He Was Blackmailed With Naked Photos Express, November 17

    Cross Coburn said he was targeted by voters in Grove, Tex., because of his sexuality. Now he’s challenging the validity of signatures on the petition that led to a recall election.

  13. In ‘The Bisexual,’ Desiree Akhavan Grapples With All Kinds of Sexuality Arts, November 13

    The director, writer and actress discusses taboos and shame in her new Hulu show “The Bisexual,” debuting Friday.