1. Trans Athlete Chris Mosier on Qualifying for the Olympic Trials Sports, Yesterday

    Mosier is the first transgender athlete to qualify for and participate in an Olympic trials event in the gender with which he identifies.

  2. Doctors Could Face Criminal Charges for Treating Transgender Teens U.S., January 27

    In South Dakota and other states, lawmakers are considering bills that would restrict access to hormone treatment and surgeries for young transgender people.

  3. Commemorating the Victims of Canada’s ‘Gay Purge’ World, January 24

    A national memorial will soon rise to the thousands of people whose careers were ruined because of their sexual orientation.

  4. On a Nude Beach With My Parents, Baring Almost All Well, January 24

    My Speedo stayed on but my secrets came out.

  5. I’m a Queer Nigerian. It’s Hard to Find a Church Community. Opinion, January 23

    Nontraditional Nigerian churches are safe spaces for young Christians — if they aren’t L.G.B.T.Q.

  6. Hallmark TV Chief Leaves After Dispute Over Same-Sex Wedding Ad Business, January 22

    Bill Abbott’s departure was announced weeks after the network apologized for pulling a commercial that showed brides kissing.

  7. Gay Men Are Dying From a Crisis We’re Not Talking About Opinion, January 22

    No one’s really grappling with the meth disaster.

  8. Utah Is Latest State to Ban Conversion Therapy for Children U.S., January 22

    It became the 19th state to curtail the discredited practice, which has been linked to suicide, homelessness and drug use.

  9. ​South Korea Discharges Soldier Who Underwent Sex-Change Surgery World, January 22

    In a first for the country, an active-duty South Korean soldier faced a military panel that decided whether she was fit to serve after a gender-reassignment operation.

  10. He was a Civil Rights Leader Shunned Because He Was Gay. That Might Change. U.S., January 21

    California legislators say Bayard Rustin should be cleared of a conviction under laws that targeted gay people.

  11. Mi esposa, su novio y el accidente que nos llevó al hospital en Español, January 17

    Cuatro vidas que se habían mantenido separadas a propósito, colisionan a causa de un accidente de motocicleta.

  12. How Gay Art Survives in Beijing, as Censors Tighten Grip Travel, January 17

    An art gallery in China’s capital provides a lens into the city’s quietly present gay community.

  13. Directors, Let Your Gay Characters Be Gay Opinion, January 16

    Everyone knows Kristen Stewart’s character in “Charlie’s Angels” wanted to do more than just flirt.

  14. After ‘Please Like Me,’ Josh Thomas’s New Show Is All Fiction Arts, January 16

    “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay” is not based on the Australian comedian’s life, but his dark, droll humor remains.

  15. Grindr and OkCupid Spread Personal Details, Study Says Business, January 13

    Norwegian research raises questions about whether certain ways of sharing of information violate data privacy laws in Europe and the United States.

  16. Cynthia Nixon to Direct Groundbreaking Lesbian Play on Broadway Theater, January 13

    The production, “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” by Jane Chambers, is backed by producers including Ellen DeGeneres and Lily Tomlin.

  17. A Transgender Choreographer Takes on Machismo Arts, January 13

    Sean Dorsey explores masculinity in “Boys in Trouble” at New York Live Arts, but the power of his message loses its steam in this rambling work.

  18. Call Charles Busch a ‘Drag Legend,’ if We Must Use Labels Theater, January 10

    With a gown and love for old Hollywood, Busch stars in his latest zany romp, “The Confession of Lily Dare.”

  19. Two Open Marriages in One Small Room Style, January 10

    A motorcycle accident brings together four lives that had been kept intentionally separate.

  20. Garth Greenwell Comes Clean Books, January 9

    In his new book, the writer sought to create “something that was 100 percent pornographic and 100 percent high art.”

  21. Tessa Majors and the Worst Thing I Ever Heard Opinion, January 7

    Not long after her killing, someone left a racist message on my office phone at Barnard, where she had been a student. Why?

  22. Janet Mock and Taylor Swift to Be Honored at Glaad Awards Arts, January 7

    The transgender storyteller and the Grammy Award-winning singer will be honored for promoting acceptance and equality in their work.

  23. Kate McKinnon Opens Up About Being Gay During Golden Globes Arts, January 5

    In an emotional speech, the comedian says the only thing that made being a lesbian less scary when she was younger was seeing Ellen DeGeneres on TV.

  24. United Methodist Church Announces Plan to Split Over Same-Sex Marriage U.S., January 3

    Under an agreement to be voted on in May, a new “traditionalist Methodist” denomination would continue to ban same-sex marriage and gay and lesbian clergy.