News and Opinion

HBO's New Show Explores HIV in the 80s. 40 Years Later Stigma and Prejudice are Still Going Strong
Feb. 19, 2021
Written by Andrew Reynolds , Gabriele Magni

Washington Post | Read Article

The Persistence of Prejudice: Voters Strongly Penalize candidates with HIV
Feb. 9, 2021
Written by Andrew Reynolds , Gabriele Magni

Political Behavior | Read Article

Number of LGB MPs in Britain hits record high thanks to a new wave of young queer politicians
Dec. 31, 2020

Andrew Reynolds 

Pink News | Read Article

Had LGBT voters stayed home, Trump might have won the 2020 presidential election
Dec. 1, 2020

Andrew Reynolds 

Washington Post | Read Article

11 openly LGBTQ lawmakers will take their seats in the next Congress. That’s a record in both numbers and diversity.
Nov. 30, 2020

Washington Post Read Article

Openly LGBTQ Candidates are Running in Record Numbers - Again
Oct. 28, 2020

Washington Post Read Article

The Empathy of Black Voters
July 17, 2020

Andrew Reynolds Gabriele Magni

The New Republic Read Article

Voter Preferences and the Political Underrepresentation of Minority Groups: Lesbian, Gay, and Transgender Candidates in Advanced Democracies
May 1, 2020

(with Gabriele Magni) 

Journal of Politics | Read Article