MIchael Lavers

Majority of People Living With HIV in U.S. Aren't in Successful Treatment

Federal health officials say that, 30 years into the epidemic, less than a third of people who are positive have the virus under control. Boosting that number is key to stopping the epidemic's spread, CDC says.

All Families Can Love Their LGBT Kids--Really, There's Data to Prove It

A unique research project followed LGBT youth from teens to adulthood to document how families from specific racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds dealt with their coming out--and to develop targeted tools to help other families.

Former Marine Evelyn Thomas on the Fight to End Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Thomas was among a disproportionate number of black women who were kicked out of the military for being lesbian or bisexual. But she joined the fight that, last week, finally put an end to the practice.

70 Percent of Anti-LGBT Murder Victims Are People of Color

A new report finds shocking levels of violence against LGBT people of color, and particularly transgender women. Local-level organizers say the solution lies in building communities.

Puerto Rican Politicians Remain Silent on Homophobic Violence

Homophobic violence has swept the island in recent months, killing 18 people. Now, activists and victims' families have renewed calls for lawmakers and religious leaders to stop inciting hate speech.