Katherine M. Franke (Columbia): Dating the State: The Moral Hazards of Winning Gay Rights. Libby Adler (Northeastern): Just the Facts: The Perils of Expert Testimony and Findings of Fact in Gay Rights Litigation. Tobias Barrington Wolff (Penn): Civil Rights Reform and the Body. From Current Research in Social Psychology, an article on the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) as a measure of women's stereotypes about gay men. From In-Spire, Mareike Jenner (Aberystwyth): “I can’t even imagine what it’s gonna be like here without him”: Friendship and Queer Theory in American Teen Soap. From the Gay and Lesbian Review, Margaret Rubick on the women who took on the APA; an interview with Frank Kameny on how the militant movement began; and John D’Emilio on how Kameny always knew he was sane. From New York, twenty-five years ago, a group of young men and women started an organization called ACT UP to fight an enemy that, at the time, seemed almost unbeatable; and whitewashing gay history: Liberals applaud themselves for championing gay marriage — but there are ghosts at the weddings.