Crikey unpacks how the national broadsheet is selling anti-trans narratives as news.
After months of delays, a leak to Fairfax has delivered our first look into the Ruddock review of religious freedoms. How does it compare to what's currently in place?
What we're reading this weekend: how "families of choice" are changing America, the fascinating history of autocorrect, last days at Millers Point, fiction writers as a sub-species, and hey you, did you know you're doing it wrong?
Miranda Devine uses the very official-sounding American College of Pediatricians to make her case about transgender people. But the ACP turns out to be a fringe conservative group, not a healthcare peak body.
The video sharing project It Gets Better began in response to young men who took their lives after being bullied because of actual or perceived homosexuality. A challenge for the broader health community is to learn from its findings, writes Daniel Vulcich.
Last week former George W Bush campaign strategist Ken Mehlman sent ripples of controversy throughout American politics when he announced he was gay. Historian Timothy McCarthy discusses whether Mehlman may have inadvertently generated a new LGBT Republican movement.