1. Engaged Tennis Players Prefer to Be on the Same Side of the Net Sports, Yesterday

    Tara Moore and Conny Perrin are believed to be the first players on the WTA tour to be engaged to one another. They have had to play against each other only once.

  2. My Struggle to Take Anti-H.I.V. Medicine Op Ed, September 21

    PrEP is effective and it should be available to people who want it. But when I took the pills, I felt guilt and a sense of isolation.

  3. Tony Abbott Claims Head-Butt by Australian Gay-Marriage Supporter Foreign, Yesterday

    The former prime minister, a same-sex marriage opponent, said a man in Tasmania wearing a “Vote Yes” badge had left him with a swollen lip.

  4. Lena Waithe Made History, and She Gave an Emmys Speech for Right Now Culture, September 19

    The “Master of None” writer and actress wants to put more culturally diverse perspectives onscreen. And she credits Halle Berry for inspiring her.

  5. In Africa, a Glimpse of Hope for Beating H.I.V. Op Ed, September 19

    H.I.V. infection rates are falling in Africa, a sign that the AIDS epidemic could be brought to an end.

  6. Georgia Tech Student Leader Is Shot Dead by Campus Police National, September 18

    Scout Schultz, 21, the president of the gay and transgender student group, left behind suicide notes, was carrying a knife and yelled “shoot me” at the officers. One did.

  7. Jesuit Priest Stands Up for Gay Catholics, Then Faces Backlash Metro, September 16

    The Rev. James Martin’s latest book calls for a dialogue with L.G.B.T. Catholics. His critics called him everything from “heretic” to “pansified.”

  8. Gender-Fluid Artists Come Out of the Gray Zone Arts & Leisure, September 15

    “Trigger” at the New Museum brings a new level of visibility to artists who have only been acknowledged before in a trickle of mainstream shows.

  9. It’s Not About Marriage. It’s About Gender. Foreign, September 14

    In this week’s newsletter, a look at Australia’s same-sex marriage debate and what it means to be a boy or girl.

  10. ‘Will & Grace’ Is Back. Will Its Portrait of Gay Life Hold Up? Arts & Leisure, September 14

    The groundbreaking NBC sitcom helped normalize gay characters in the 1990s. But its sharp-edged humor and stereotypes may feel out of step in the identity politics age.

  11. Edie Windsor Gave Me My Wife. And My Life. Op Ed, September 13

    The gay-rights pioneer, who died Tuesday at 88, was our white-haired knight.

  12. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray Resigns After Another Abuse Accusation National, September 12

    Months after he said he would not seek a second term, Mr. Murray resigned after five men accused him of sexual abusing them decades ago, when they were underage.

  13. John Ashbery, Poet, in All His Hunky Glory Styles, September 12

    He wasn’t always an éminence grise. Remembering his confident post-Stonewall style and those dashing author photos.

  14. Where Trump’s Hands-Off Approach to Governing Does Not Apply Business, September 10

    Social conservatives are enjoying clout in Washington as they secure new policies on gays, guns and abortion. Some civil servants have left as a result.

  15. Move Over DiCaprio and da Vinci — Here’s Ireland’s Leo Op Ed, September 9

    As America and Britain reel backward, Ireland’s first openly gay, half-Indian, youngest-ever prime minister is leaping toward the future.

  16. Last Night, Calvin Klein — This Morning, Algebra Styles, September 8

    For Ariel Nicholson Murtagh, an appearance in a PBS documentary on trans kids led to a Vogue spread and a modeling agent. Now, she’s walking runways.

  17. Will the Old Gay Play Have Something New to Say? Arts & Leisure, September 7

    A spate of revivals will allow audiences to consider what’s changed, what hasn’t, and what Bob Mackie has in the sequin drawer.

  18. Australia’s Same-Sex Marriage Vote May Proceed, Court Rules Foreign, September 7

    The High Court’s decision clears the way for ballots to be sent next week in the nonbinding plebiscite, which critics have called divisive and costly.

  19. So This One Time, I Overheard... Foreign, September 6

    In this week’s Australia Letter, a New-York-inspired call for personal vignettes, plus same-sex marriage, rejecting Australia Day, and North Korea.

  20. Chechnya’s Persecuted Gays Find Refuge in Canada Foreign, September 3

    The Canadian government has quietly allowed gay men and lesbians from the Russian republic to seek safety in Canada over the past three months.

  21. EJ Johnson Is ‘Not Just Some Other Rich Girl’ Styles, September 2

    Magic Johnson’s son was outed as gay by TMZ, then became a reality show star. All of 25, he is now embracing his role as a gender-flouting role model.

  22. L’Oréal Drops Transgender Model Over Comments on Race Express, September 2

    Munroe Bergdorf posted on social media about “the racial violence of white people” and was dropped from a makeup advertising campaign.

  23. The Nashville Statement Is an Attack on L.G.B.T. Christians Op Ed, September 1

    It’s not just symbolic. Bigoted religious views cause real harm.

  24. Who’s Allowed to Hold Hands? Styles, September 1

    A Jamaican woman chafes at the reality that expressing affection for her wife can lead to confrontations with her fellow immigrants in New York.

  25. Mattis Says Panel Will Study Trump’s Transgender Military Ban Washington, August 29

    On Tuesday, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that he was establishing a panel of experts to “provide advice and recommendations on the implementation of the president’s direction.”

  26. Gay in America: The Fight Against Discrimination Letters, August 29

    The National Center for Lesbian Rights cites the Equality Act as legislation that would provide full federal anti-discrimination protections.

  27. Trump Gives Mattis Wide Discretion Over Transgender Ban U.S., August 25

    A White House official would not discuss the possibility that the defense secretary could decline to remove transgender individuals.

  28. The Worst (and Best) Places to Be Gay in America Interactive, August 25

    If the Trump administration won’t protect gay people, we’re at the mercy of our ZIP codes.