1. Weekly Health Quiz: Aging, Infections and a Fat Gene Interactive, Today

    Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.

  2. For a Lesbian Couple, the Path to the Family Holiday Table Was Down the Aisle Well, Today

    The most radical change came from the most traditional one: Getting married.

  3. ‘Billy Budd,’ Tragically Charming the Boys for a Century Opinion, Yesterday

    Melville’s novel and Britten’s opera are poignant reminders of the beauty and relevance of gay history.

  4. Dr. Richard Green, 82, Dies; Challenged Psychiatry’s View of Homosexuality Obituaries, April 17

    At a time when being gay was classified as a mental disorder, Dr. Green defied the advice of his colleagues and took a professional risk by arguing otherwise.

  5. Flying While Trans Opinion, April 17

    The T.S.A. subjects transgender passengers like me to humiliating and dehumanizing treatment.

  6. Mayor Pete and the Queering of the American Soul Opinion, April 17

    His rise is a sign that more L.G.B.T. people are finding spiritual homes in houses of faith.

  7. Rattlestick Theater Festival to Commemorate Stonewall Anniversary Theater, April 15

    The Pride Plays festival will feature more than a dozen readings from plays by seminal L.G.B.T. writers, as well as by newcomers.

  8. Morehouse College, a Traditionally Black All-Male School, Says It Will Accept Transgender Men U.S., April 14

    The policy, which was announced on Saturday, will continue to ban from enrollment women anyone who identifies as a woman.

  9. ‘The Most Dangerous Year’ Review: A Personal Look at Transgender Rights Movies, April 11

    The director, Vlada Knowlton, who also narrates, is the parent of a transgender daughter.

  10. Pete Buttigieg, Gay and Christian, Challenges Religious Right on Their Own Turf U.S., April 10

    Mr. Buttigieg has confronted evangelicals like Vice President Mike Pence, questioning the moral authority of religious leaders who have stayed silent on President Trump’s conduct.

  11. A Conversation With Terrence McNally, the Bard of American Theater Interactive, April 10

    At 80, the legendary playwright reflects on his forward-looking art.

  12. Forbidden Love in a Gay Detention Center: The Musical Interactive, April 10

    Ted Malawer’s original play “The Escape,” written for T’s Culture issue.

  13. I Thought I Could Serve as an Openly Gay Man in the Army. Then Came the Death Threats. Magazine, April 10

    A former soldier recounts the harassment he endured for being open about his sexuality, even after “don’t ask; don’t tell” was repealed.

  14. An Indian TV Show Points the Way for a New Generation Arts, April 9

    Amazon’s “Made in Heaven” complicates the glamour of wealthy Indian weddings by confronting patriarchy, homophobia and class.

  15. Photos of Lesbian Lives Meant to Inspire a Movement Lens, April 8

    Joan E. Biren began to photograph at a time when it was almost impossible to find authentic images of lesbians and aimed to help build a movement for their liberation.

  16. Poland’s Populists Pick a New Top Enemy: Gay People World, April 7

    With public concern about migration on the wane, the governing Law and Justice party is making opposition to gay rights a cornerstone of its campaigning.

  17. Barr Orders Investigations of Discrimination at F.B.I. and Bureau of Prisons U.S., April 5

    The attorney general sought to allay concerns among members of a Justice Department group that advocates on behalf of gay, lesbian and transgender employees.

  18. Video of Assault on Transgender Woman in Paris Spurs Outrage, and a Shift World, April 4

    The video shows men at a demonstration this weekend against the ailing president of Algeria taunting and hitting the woman.

  19. Mayor Pete Is Plenty Gay Opinion, April 3

    And Democrats better not eat their own.

  20. Who Counts as a Woman? Opinion, April 1

    The attempt to exclude trans women from the ranks of women reinforces the dangerous idea that there is a right way to be female.

  21. A Jury May Have Sentenced a Man to Death Because He’s Gay. Now, the Supreme Court Could Hear His Appeal. U.S., April 1

    One juror in the 1993 case suggested that sentencing Charles Rhines to life in prison surrounded by other men would “be sending him where he wants to go.”

  22. She’s Becoming the Gay Musical Role Model She Never Had Arts, March 27

    The 20-year-old Norwegian singer and songwriter Marie Ulven — who performs as girl in red — makes indie-pop that is drawing in a devoted young audience.

  23. Jussie Smollett Charges Dropped, Angering Chicago Mayor and Police Arts, March 26

    Rahm Emanuel reacted to Cook County prosecutors’ decision to drop all charges against the “Empire” actor accused of staging an attack on himself.

  24. Support of L.G.B.T. Rights Drops Among Young Republicans, Survey Finds U.S., March 26

    The study of more than 40,000 Americans also found that Asian-Pacific Islanders had the highest support for same-sex marriage.

  25. ‘I Can’t Be Myself Here’: At the Border, Transgender Women Navigate 2 Worlds U.S., March 23

    For many transgender women, crossing between the United States and Mexico can also mean moving uncomfortably between genders.

  26. Coast Guard’s Top Officer Pledges ‘Dedicated Campaign’ to Improve Diversity U.S., March 21

    The commandant said the service, which has struggled to attract minorities, would bolster its efforts, though he admitted the military’s transgender policy could create a challenge.