Transgendering Stonewall The intersectional left revises the history of the gay rights struggle in service of a political agenda that finds virtue in marginalization
The Struggle for Gay Rights is Over For those born into a form of adversity, sometimes the hardest thing to do is admitting that they’ve won.
Stonewall Wasn’t the Start of the Gay Rights Struggle In the mid-1960s, activist Frank Kameny led a campaign for equality that was rooted in American ideals.
The Long War Against a Gay “Cure” With one of the three traditional condemnations of homosexuality—sickness—obviated by the medical establishment in 1973, the destructive effort to make gay people straight was then smuggled in under the rubric of another: sin.
Reflections on the Revolution at Yale Three years ago this Fall, Yale University descended into what can only be described as a fit of mass psychosis.
A Thing for Men in Uniforms If fascism has had an allure for some gay men, it is anti-egalitarianism that provides the connective tissue—the belief that homosexuality belongs to an elite caste, an exclusive fraternity existing above the heterosexual masses and destined for greatness.