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Yesterday β€” July 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Douglas Crimp, Scholar, Curator and Art World Disrupter, Dies at 74

By Sarah Cowan

He insisted on viewing art through a social prism as he moved in two cultures, the alternative-art world and the Lower Manhattan gay community.

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He Emerged From Prison a Potent Symbol of H.I.V. Criminalization

By Emily S. Rueb

Michael L. Johnson, a gay athlete convicted of not disclosing his H.I.V. status to sexual partners, was released 25 years early and has become a galvanizing force to overhaul laws.

Israeli Education Minister Advocates Debunked Gay Conversion Therapy

By Isabel Kershner

Many called for the dismissal of the new minister, Rafael Peretz, after he endorsed a discredited practice intended to change sexual orientation.

He Emerged From Prison a Potent Symbol of H.I.V. Criminalization

By Emily S. Rueb

Michael L. Johnson, a gay athlete convicted of not disclosing his H.I.V. status to sexual partners, was released 25 years early and has become a galvanizing force to overhaul laws.

Our Marriage Looks Straight. We’re Not.

By Alyson Krueger

Some people who identify as bisexual want their wedding ceremonies to represent who they are.

Gay and Once Divorced, a Canadian Rabbi Broadens Judaism’s Tent

By Dan Bilefsky

Rabbi Lisa Grushcow, a Rhodes scholar who leads a Montreal synagogue, has won over many skeptics. Even a local Orthodox rabbi said, “Rabbi Grushcow is my rabbi.”

The Subway Is Improving. This Man Deserves Some Thanks.

By Aaron Randle

Friday: A leading face — and force — behind some of New York’s biggest subway improvements is leaving.

U.K. Parliament Workers Face β€˜Unacceptable’ Abuse, Report Says

By Benjamin Mueller

Employees described the conditions as deplorable, with one saying that sexual harassment was a “necessary evil” for young, ambitious staff members.

Transgender Opera Singers Find Their Voices

By Michael Cooper

For these musicians, transitioning can mean risking their careers — and their art.

In South Korea, Gay Soldiers Can Serve. But They Might Be Prosecuted.

By Choe Sang-Hun

Male soldiers who have consensual sex are being charged with committing “indecent acts,” even though the army says it does not discriminate against sexual minorities.

Call Me β€˜They’

By Farhad Manjoo

The singular “they” is inclusive and flexible, and it breaks the stifling prison of gender expectations. Let’s all use it.

How Australia Could Almost Eradicate H.I.V. Transmissions

By Livia Albeck-Ripka

The most recent advance in Australia’s decades-long fight against the virus is the rapid adoption of a preventive drug regimen known as PrEP.

How Australia Could Almost Eradicate H.I.V. Transmissions

By Livia Albeck-Ripka

The most recent advance in Australia’s decades-long fight against the virus is the rapid adoption of a preventive drug regimen known as PrEP.

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