LGBT Pride 2012

Individual Choices and Shared Costs: The Case of Protesting Chick-fil-A

by Imara Jones on Aug 9, 2012 1:07PM

Two cheeky websites have borrowed from economists' latest idea on making people feel the true cost of their choices.

Topics: /NOW, LGBT Pride 2012

Why Chick-fil-A Hasn't Reconciled Itself With the Future of America

by Imara Jones on Aug 3, 2012 12:00PM

The company president's LGBT politics are in line with the region where it makes all its money now, but not with where it wants to grow. He should stick to selling chicken.

Topics: /NOW, Economy, LGBT Pride 2012

Ten Leaders Building a New LGBT Politics in the South and Midwest

by Jamilah King on Jun 19, 2012 10:16AM

Building LGBT communities and protecting their rights outside of the old political capitols has meant trying new things. Here are 10 leaders with missions that aren't limited to fighting for equal rights.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, LGBT Pride 2012

A New LGBT Politics Seeks To Marry Issues, Not Just People

by Jamilah King on Jun 19, 2012 10:14AM

Decades into the debate over sexuality, equal rights have become the dominant theme. But in cities across the South and Midwest, necessity has forced leaders to think more broadly about their communities, their politics and their tactics.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality, LGBT Pride 2012

Three Groups Unite Struggles for Racial Justice and LGBT Rights

by Rinku Sen on Jun 12, 2012 9:45AM

We know that pitting queer people against people of color is a crass and sadly effective attempt to drive a wedge between two key constituencies. The Applied Research Center has released three new case studies of groups who are working to movements for LGBT rights and racial justice.

Topics: Movement, LGBT Pride 2012, Gender & Sexuality