Karen Iris Tucker
Karen Iris Tucker

Karen Iris Tucker is a freelance journalist who writes primarily about health, genetics, and cultural politics.

Life
Jan. 23 2018 10:00 AMHow Trump’s Policies Could Imperil LGBTQ Youth of Color Living With HIV
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June 21 2017 4:48 PMHIV/AIDS Advocates Fear the New GOP Healthcare Bill Will Devastate Treatment and Prevention Efforts
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Nov. 29 2016 8:30 AMHarvey Milk Protégé, AIDS Quilt Creator Cleve Jones on Queer Activism in the Age of Trump
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Sept. 6 2016 8:11 AMChely Wright, Who Lost Fans When She Came Out in 2010, Has a New Album and No Regrets
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March 7 2016 11:10 AMThe Birdcage Is 20 Years Young. Was the Brash, Draggy Movie an Embarrassment or Boon for Gays?
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Dec. 14 2015 4:36 PMAmy Ray Explains How the Indigo Girls Came to Perform on Transparent
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April 16 2015 8:30 AMRemembering the Lesbians, Prostitutes, and Resisters of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp
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Oct. 3 2017 10:47 AMLike Most Queer People, Armistead Maupin Had to Find His “Logical Family”
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April 19 2017 4:11 PMMeet Pauli Murray, a Gender-Variant Pioneer for Equal Protection Under the Law
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Sept. 23 2016 8:30 AMIn Treyf, Food Writer Elissa Altman Describes Her First Sweet Taste of Rebellion
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April 15 2016 8:30 AMDid Brian Epstein’s Gayness Shape His Vision of The Beatles’ Potential?
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Dec. 24 2015 8:30 AMDar Williams on How “The Christians and the Pagans” Became a Holiday Classic
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June 2 2015 8:30 AMAmy Ray on Life as a Lesbian in Rural Georgia, Career Longevity, and Indigo Girls’ New CD
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Jan. 13 2015 8:30 AMRep. John Lewis on Selma, Civil Rights, and LGBTQ Equality