1. The Paris Gay Games in Pictures: ‘The Atmosphere Is Really Electric’ Express, August 12

    The gathering of athletes, for events ranging from basketball to dancesport, bills itself as the world’s “most inclusive” sporting event.

  2. Go Ahead, Speak for Yourself Op Ed, August 10

    Not every opinion needs to be underwritten by your race or gender or other social identity.

  3. How Argentina Has Made Halting Progress on Abortion Rights Op Ed, August 10

    We could marvel at the political resilience of the country’s conservatives, but I prefer to admire how close feminists came to achieving success.

  4. After a Quick Breather, Chloë Grace Moretz Comes Out Fighting Arts & Leisure, August 10

    Ms. Moretz talks about “The Miseducation of Cameron Post,” her new film about gay conversion therapy, and why her Louis C.K. movie should never be released.

  5. My Voice Got Deeper. Suddenly, People Listened. Styles, August 9

    My feminist mother taught me to speak up. Now, as a trans man, I am trying to make space for women to be heard.

  6. Finally, Some Gay Pride From the Yankees Sports, August 9

    The Yankees are developing a series of events next season tied to the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.

  7. Sharice Davids Could Become First Lesbian Native American Congresswoman Express, August 8

    Ms. Davids, a lawyer and former mixed martial arts fighter who won the Democratic nomination for a House seat in Kansas, campaigned on expanded health care access and gun control.

  8. Black, Gay and Becoming Visible Book Review, August 8

    In Darnell L. Moore’s memoir, “No Ashes in the Fire,” he describes a brutal childhood in Camden, N.J., and the struggle to fully accept his identity.

  9. Some Online ‘Mobs’ Are Vicious. Others Are Perfectly Rational. Magazine, August 7

    Failure to distinguish between the two is precisely what lets the vicious kind thrive.

  10. A ‘Rainbow Wave’? 2018 Has More L.G.B.T. Candidates Than Ever Politics, August 4

    A record number of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender candidates are running for office in November, as the Trump administration and state-level politicians have moved to roll back some legal protections.

  11. Hollywood Is as White, Straight and Male as Ever Culture, August 2

    Even amid #MeToo and #OscarsSoWhite — and celebrated films like “Wonder Woman,” “Black Panther” and “Call Me by Your Name” — Hollywood is as white, straight and male as ever, a new report reveals.

  12. Cuomo Opens Investigation Into Denial of Marriage License to Gay Couple Metro, August 2

    A lawyer for the town clerk in Root, N.Y., said the decision was not because of the clerk’s personal views but because the couple needed to make an appointment.

  13. ‘The Boys in the Band’ and a Generational Divide Arts & Leisure, August 2

    Four gay men who recently attended the Broadway revival of this 50-year-old play — three seeing it for the first time — debate its significance and relevance.

  14. English Freemasons Open the Door to Transgender Members Foreign, August 1

    The all-male group in England and Wales says that male members who have transitioned to female can remain, and transgender men can join.

  15. Alaska Airlines Apologizes to Gay Couple Asked to Move for Straight Couple Express, August 1

    David Cooley, who owns a gay bar in West Hollywood, said his partner was given a choice: Move for the straight couple or get off the plane.

  16. My Gay Voice Op Ed, July 28

    When I talk, people assume a lot about me. For a long time I thought I had to hide.

  17. His Dating Profile Listed Reasons Not to Date Him. She Was Intrigued. Society, July 27

    “Love is finding the person who understands you more intimately than you ever thought possible.”

  18. Stonewall Democrats Club Chooses Cuomo Over Nixon Metro, July 26

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s role in legalizing same-sex marriage helped him win the L.G.B.T. club’s endorsement over Cynthia Nixon, who would be New York’s first openly gay governor.

  19. Oregon Judge Rules in Favor of Transgender Students in Bathroom Case Express, July 26

    A federal judge said in an opinion that barring transgender students from using bathrooms for the gender they identify with would violate civil rights law.

  20. I Came Out to My Family, and It Went Great. Except for My Brother Styles, July 26

    He has been privately and publicly cruel about my sexuality. What to do?

  21. When Reporting on Gay Rights in India Gets Personal Insider, July 25

    While covering the looming decision by India’s Supreme Court over whether to decriminalize gay sex, Kai Schultz struggled with his own place in the story.

  22. Should I Forgo Gay Sex to Donate Blood? Magazine, July 24

    The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether prohibitions are necessarily discriminatory and balancing personal fulfillment against altruism.

  23. Rene Portland, 65, Longtime Penn State Basketball Coach, Dies Obits, July 23

    She won more than 600 games over 27 seasons. But her reputation was tarnished when she was accused of discriminating against lesbian players.

  24. Laverne Cox Is Chill About Her Beauty Regimen Styles, July 23

    The “Orange Is the New Black” star loves drugstore stuff and would recommend a wig for anyone.

  25. Israelis Protest Denial of Surrogacy Rights to Same-Sex Couples Foreign, July 22

    The government extended surrogacy rights to single women, but rejected an amendment that would have included same-sex couples.

  26. Television’s First Transgender Superhero Will Arrive on ‘Supergirl’ Culture, July 22

    Nicole Maines, a transgender activist and actress, will play Nia Nal on the fourth season of the CW show.

  27. Angela Bowen, Dance Teacher and Gay Activist, Is Dead at 82 Obits, July 22

    Her dance school in New Haven influenced many, and her outspokenness as a black lesbian feminist influenced many more.

  28. The Secret History of Leviticus Op Ed, July 21

    The Bible forbids gay sex. But an earlier version of the text permitted it.

  29. How I Made It Back to Church Op Ed, July 21

    As a gay man, I wasn’t eager to return to the faith community that had pushed me away. But maybe there was a way in.

  30. Israel Cements Right-Wing Agenda in a Furious Week of Lawmaking Foreign, July 20

    Parliament moved aggressively to push through a series of polarizing measures, piling up points at the expense of its already weakened foes.

  31. The Ultimate Guide to This Fabulous Summer Styles, July 18

    Man-free zones, a leather weekend, a trans pageant, a bunch of witches meeting in the woods and a Two Spirit gathering — here’s everywhere cool to be in America and around the world this summer.

  32. What Was Maria Butina Doing at the National Prayer Breakfast? Op Ed, July 18

    America’s Christian nationalists have been finding common cause with the Russian government for a while now.

  33. Executive Realness: 3 ‘Pose’ Stars on Dancing and Being Seen Arts & Leisure, July 17

    Ryan Jamaal Swain, Dominique Jackson and Jason A. Rodriguez talk about their experiences as dancers in life — and onscreen in Ryan Murphy’s show about the underground ballroom scene of the 1980s.

  34. India’s Battle for Same-Sex Love Op Ed, July 17

    A colonial-era law that criminalizes homosexual sex is viewed by many as a blot on the idea of India as a liberal democracy.

  35. A Starring Role for Hollywood’s Sexual Zelig Culture, July 16

    “Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood” details the story of Scotty Bowers, who says he ran a gay and bisexual prostitution ring for the stars for decades.