How American Evangelicals Helped Stop Same-Sex Marriage in Cuba

The Evangelical church has gained a huge amount of political power in Cuba, and LGBTQ people are dealing with the consequences.

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Stephen Miller's Racist Emails Are an Outrage Even by 2019 Standards

The influential White House aide's white supremacist leanings are now on full display. Why are so many people dismissing this scandal?

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Inside the New Private Club for People of Color With a 4,300-Strong Waitlist

Ethel's Club aims to give creative professionals and art-loving people of color a members-only refuge in NYC's gentrifying landscape.

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9 Photographers Flipping the Script on Trans and Non-Binary Representation

Artist Laurence Philoméne invites some of their favorite photographers to show what trans and non-binary representation outside of the cis gaze looks like.

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Why I Left LuLaroe and Started Driving For GrubHub

Jill Domme was one of 80,000 retailers who joined LuLaRoe. Consumed by early success, she is now paying off $39,000 in debt by driving GrubHub as her second job.

The Lingerie Brand Doing What Victoria’s Secret Won’t

Playful Promises is known for pioneering the fashion space with their size and gender inclusivity.

Rapper Taylor Bennett is the King of Capricorns

We sit down with celebrities and learn more about their personality traits in a game of astrology bingo.

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How to Explore Your Queerness When You Have a Straight Partner

Coming out—or simply recognizing burgeoning queer feelings—doesn't invalidate the love you have for the person you're with.

This Gay Car Commercial Is the Straightest Thing I've Ever Seen

All it means is that LGBTQ inclusion in commercial imagery is good for business!

Learning to Have Sober Sex Was More Complicated Than Just 'Being Present'

I thought alcohol helped me enjoy myself and let go, until I realized I’d never actually learned to do either.

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Katie Hill’s Downfall Is Revenge Porn Experts’ Fears Come to Life

The California congresswoman won't be the last woman to be brought down by a scandal centered on nonconsensual nudes.

Will the 26 New Sexual Allegations Against Trump Be Ignored Like the Rest?

A new book titled 'All the President's Women' includes new stories about the president's alleged grotesque behavior.

Trump’s Impeachment Story Has Already Morphed Into a White Savior Narrative

Members like Maxine Waters and The Squad sounded the impeachment alarm early. So why were their actions cast aside as irrational?

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People Suspected of Witchcraft Are Still Being Persecuted and Killed

An international group of advocates are urging the U.N. to do something about the ostracization and violence.

What to Do if You're Worried About Pregnancy Discrimination at Work

Even though it's illegal to treat parents unfairly, it still happens—and can be hard to recognize, let alone prove.

Where Each 2020 Democratic Candidate Stands on Palestine and Israel

This has long been one of few bipartisan issues, but that could change in 2020.

Inside the New Private Club for People of Color With a 4,300-Strong Waitlist

Ethel's Club aims to give creative professionals and art-loving people of color a members-only refuge in NYC's gentrifying landscape.

Video Shows NYPD Officers Pulling Their Guns on an Unarmed Black Teen on a Crowded Subway Car

He allegedly jumped a turnstile without paying to flee from police.

Anti-Abortion Lawmakers Want the State to Know Everything About Your Abortion

Dozens of states require abortion providers to submit data that's not necessary for public health purposes. Experts say the requirements intimidate patients and providers, and could even be used to criminalize abortion.

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