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Becoming A Fairfax Cryobank Family

We were married for a little over a year when we started having “the talk” and getting serious about the discussion of having children

New York City Council Set to Repeal Ban on “Conversion Therapy” in Order to Safeguard Broader Protections for LGBTIQ People

New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson plans to introduce a bill which would see the city’s ban on so-called conversion therapy lifted.

Why are there so few women CEOs?

Women comprise about 47% of the U.S. workforce, yet they make up barely a quarter of all senior executives at large U.S. public companies.

The Long Shot – A. L. Brooks

With careers and hearts on the line, which will win?

Stop Calling It A Choice: Biological Factors Drive Homosexuality

The new finding is consistent with multiple earlier studies of twins that indicated same-sex attraction is a heritable trait.

Walk This Way: A Day Of Exploring Stockholm By Foot

With a bit of planning, you can experience the best of Stockholm on the go

Lesbian literary icons reinterpreted.

Behind the scenes of a new film about the love affair between literary icons Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West.

We test drive a new travel company.

VACAYA, the travel company that wishes to cater to our entire community, launched its inaugural cruise and Curve was onboard.

Madison Malone’s “Quiet Down” Is A Moving Track Filled With Emotion

Groundbreaking queer LA based artist Madison Malone’s recent tour took her around the globe, in her off time she asked random people to write what love means to them on a whiteboard.

What states that don’t protect LGBTQ workers from discrimination have in common

For employees who identify as LGBTQ, and work in one of at least 17 states nationwide that fail to protect workers, the answer at best is uncertain. At worst, it’s “no” under state statute.