South Korean Military’s Anti-LGBTQ Law Fosters a Culture of Abuse
Amnesty International’s new report reveals disturbing evidence of violence and bullying towards gay and trans soldiers.
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Ask a Lawyer: Can Hotels Really Deny Entrance to Rappers?
Meek Mill was recently turned away from a hotel in Vegas, and plans to sue. We asked a lawyer whether he has a case.
An Indonesian Police Officer Has Been Fired For Being Gay
The former policeman, who had been in the job for a decade, has filed a complaint to the National Human Rights Commission.
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India Just Abolished a 157-Year-Old Law Banning Gay Sex
“Criminalizing carnal intercourse is irrational, arbitrary and manifestly unconstitutional."
Musicians Are Poorer and More Abused Than Regular People, Survey Says
A new report sheds stark light on income, discrimination, harassment, mental health, and other challenges facing musicians in the US.
Thai Airways Bans Oversize Passengers and New Parents From Business Class
The airline says barred passengers will have no choice but to sit in economy on its new planes.
What It's Like to Date When You're HIV Positive
It's not as bad as I thought.
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Why Montreal Was a Hotbed for Neo-Nazis in the 90s
Photographer who documented the scene decades ago sees parallels with today
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Queensland Is Making Driver’s Licenses Gender Neutral
The decision was made to address possible discrimination, but it’s not without its faults.
The Mild Eugenic Undertones of Asking 'What's Wrong With You?'
This time, it's a baby boomer asking in 7/11. He's pointing to my leg braces.
The Unbearable Ambiguity of Job-Hunting While Pregnant
Navigating the interview process is stressful for anyone. For mothers-to-be, the journey is infinitely more fraught.
The Texas Gerrymandering Trial Could Change All of America
Why you should care that a fight over congressional districts in the Lone Star State—federal judges called the current setup unfair to people of colour—is back in court.