1. What’s Behind the Security Warnings for Pride Events Travel, Yesterday

    Citing the potential for terrorism, the State Department, F.B.I. and Department of Homeland Security urged those attending L.G.B.T.Q. events to be vigilant. Here’s what to know.

  2. Tiny Love Stories: ‘He Said We Were Missing “The Magic”’ Style, Yesterday

    Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

  3. Young, Gay and Searching for Selfhood in 9/11-Era New York Books, Yesterday

    Thomas Grattan’s queer coming-of-age novel “In Tongues” unfurls in the Manhattan art world at the turn of the millennium.

  4. Some Conservative Christians Are Stepping Away From the Gender Wars National, May 17

    Far from the shouting, Christian therapists, writers, parents and their trans children are trying to create a space within conservative circles to acknowledge differences in how people experience gender.

  5. C.D.C. Warns of a Resurgence of Mpox Science, May 16

    A deadlier version of the infectious disease is ravaging the Democratic Republic of Congo, while the type that caused a 2022 outbreak among gay and bisexual men is regaining strength.

  6. What a ‘Free Palestine’ Means in Practice Op Ed, May 14

    Rather than the utopia envisioned by protesters, it would be an Islamist state that persecuted Jews and denied anyone real freedom.

  7. House G.O.P. Defunds L.G.B.T.Q. Centers by Banning Earmarks for Nonprofits Washington, May 14

    Under pressure from the right to stop funding L.G.B.T.Q. projects but wary of alienating Democrats, Republicans have a new solution: bar lawmakers from steering any federal money to individual nonprofit groups.

  8. Target Scales Back Pride Month Displays After Backlash Last Year Business, May 10

    It said Pride merchandise would be available on its website and in select stores next month. In 2023, the retailer featured the goods widely.

  9. How a Novelist Became a Pop Star T Style, May 10

    In fiction, Ali Sethi wrote about being queer in Pakistan. Now he’s singing his story.

  10. ¡Hola Papi!, Does My Grandmother Need to Know I’m Gay? Styles, May 8

    Ahead of Mother’s Day, the advice columnist John Paul Brammer (a.k.a. ¡Hola Papi!) has a reminder: Loving your abuela doesn’t have to mean telling her everything.

  11. When I Look at You, Will You Look at Me? Op Ed, May 7

    A long-due conversation between a man and his mother sends the two of them on a quest for acceptance and love.

  12. Will You Look at Me Video, May 7

    When a young Chinese filmmaker returns to his hometown in search of himself, a long-due conversation with his mother dives the two of them into a quest for acceptance and love.

  13. ‘They Are So Triggered by Me’: Conchita Wurst’s 10-Year Roller-Coaster Ride Culture, May 6

    Since winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014, the bearded drag queen has been celebrated and condemned. For her creator, Tom Neuwirth, it has been a journey.

  14. At Frieze, Photographer of Gay Life Seeks ‘a Place in the Sunshine’ Culture, May 3

    Stanley Stellar has documented gay New York, on the streets and in his studio, for decades. Now he steps onto his biggest stage.

  15. What Is ‘Queer Food’? A Conference Explores (and Tastes) Some Answers. Dining, May 2

    At Boston University, scholars, students and writers gathered to share thoughts on the role of gender and sexuality in the food space. Snacks were plentiful.

  16. Inside the U.C.L.A. Protests, and Trump Holds Rallies Amid Trial Podcasts, May 2

    Plus, tracking killer asteroids.

  17. United Methodist Church Reverses Ban on Practicing Gay Clergy National, May 1

    In a meeting on Wednesday, church leaders also voted to allow L.G.B.T.Q. weddings.

  18. Albuquerque School’s Staff on Leave After Drag Show at Prom Express, May 1

    Albuquerque Public Schools in New Mexico also installed an acting principal as it investigates a high school prom.

  19. Norman Kansfield, 83, Dies; Defrocked for His Daughter’s Same-Sex Wedding U.S., April 30

    His decision to officiate at the ceremony prompted a debate within the Reformed Church in America that led ultimately to a schism.

  20. Robbi Mecus, Who Fostered L.G.B.T.Q. Climbing Community, Dies at 52 Express, April 28

    A New York State forest ranger who worked in the Adirondacks, she died after falling about 1,000 feet from a peak at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska.

  21. How One Reaction to a Mural Tore a New England Town Apart National, April 28

    The 6,000 residents of Littleton, N.H., had found a way to coexist despite their differences — until a town official’s words set off a conflagration.

  22. A Small Group in South Korea Has a Big Homophobic Agenda Op Ed, April 28

    Radical Christians are working to erase L.G.B.T.Q. visibility from schools and ultimately, South Korean society.

  23. Biden Administration Restores Health Protections for Gay and Transgender People Washington, April 27

    The Health and Human Services Department finalized a rule prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, reversing a Trump-era policy.

  24. An Artist Is Finding Out Who She Is Through Her Art Special Sections, April 26

    Robin F. Williams, whose first solo museum show opened this month in her hometown in Ohio, is evolving through her works, which are often injected with humor.

  25. You’ve Been Wronged. That Doesn’t Make You Right. Op Ed, April 25

    Never had our culture made the claiming of complaint such an animating force.

  26. Pennsylvania School Board Reinstates Gay Author’s Speech Amid Backlash Express, April 25

    The Cumberland Valley School Board reversed its decision to cancel Maulik Pancholy’s speech at a middle school next month. “I cannot wait to meet all of you in person,” he said.

  27. A Wild Ride From ‘Dilettante’ to Director Styles, April 11

    Theda Hammel wasn’t always sure her varied résumé would include “Stress Positions,” her directorial debut.

  28. How Ron DeSantis Joined the ‘Ruling Class’ — and Turned Against It Investigative, August 20

    Over the years, Mr. DeSantis embraced and exploited his Ivy League credentials. Now he is reframing his experiences at Yale and Harvard to wage a vengeful political war.

  29. Teen Girls Report Record Levels of Sadness, C.D.C. Finds Science, February 13

    Adolescent girls reported high rates of sadness, suicidal thoughts and sexual violence, as did teenagers who identified as gay or bisexual.

  30. Ron DeSantis Stokes the Flames Interactive, January 23

    It has been a busy month for the Florida governor as he stokes divisive cultural issues.

  31. The ‘Golden Gays’ Return to the Stage in the Philippines Foreign, January 4

    They formed a community meant to support and shelter gay people who had been cast aside by society. Decades later, they are still living together, hosting pageants to help make ends meet.

  32. Anthony Fauci Quietly Shocked Us All Op Ed, December 31

    An ACT UP veteran remembers the doctor’s AIDS legacy.

  33. Personal Stories About Coming Out Letters, December 29

    Readers are moved by a column by Charles Blow and offer their own experiences. Also: Santos’s lies; Covid in China; digital payments; ableist language.

  34. Florida Lawmaker Charged With Pandemic Aid Fraud National, December 8

    State Representative Joe Harding, a sponsor of the law that critics have called “Don’t Say Gay,” is accused of illegally obtaining or trying to obtain more than $150,000 in loans.

  35. F.D.A. Considering New Approach to Blood Donation by Gay and Bisexual Men Science, November 30

    The agency may put in place a personalized risk assessment to replace the current prohibition on men who have had sex with men in the previous three months.

  36. The Democrats Should Run ____ in 2024 Letters, November 24

    Readers add to Frank Bruni’s list of possible candidates. Also: A gay marriage bill; funding Covid vaccines.

  37. Your Tuesday Briefing: Indonesia’s Deadly Earthquake N Y T Now, November 21

    Plus Iranian players protest at the World Cup and “Neighbours” will start filming again.

  38. Using the Word ‘Queer’ Instead of ‘Gay’ Letters, November 13

    Readers respond to a column by Pamela Paul. Also: Pandemic preparedness; regulating media; the need for unions.

  39. ‘Not Again’: A Weary Europe Greets Monkeypox With a Touch of Fatalism Foreign, May 25

    With war raging in Ukraine, and the coronavirus still circulating, many in Europe say they have bigger worries than monkeypox. Some organizations, however, have raised concerns about stigma.