In the mid-1980s at the height of the AIDS scare, nations around the world banned blood donations from gay men. Almost 30 years later, though, we live in a very different world. We now know how the virus spreads and how to safeguard against infection. Testing has been refined such that certain types of tests,
You can walk through any high school in North America and hear the words “dyke” and “faggot” spoken as if they were okay to use when it quite obviously isn’t. The prevalence of this language is attributable to homophobia: something that has been present throughout history and has not yet diminished as much as other forms
After spending some time with the chaplaincy department at Memorial, Reverend Robert Cooke is now an associate priest with St. Mark's Anglican Church in St. John's, where he leads a congregation with openly gay members.
The effort of Senate Democrats to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the U.S. Armed Forces, has been defeated.