Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton still faces murder charges in the killing of Filipina trans woman Jennifer Laude, after losing an appeal to the Philippine Department of Justice.
The out daughter of former vice president Dick Cheney is apparently no fan of RuPaul.
Robin Adlemann, the trans detainee in question filed a formal complaint, is shining more light on the detective's behavior than he bargained for.
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include the Athena Film Festival, RuPaul, ABC's Fresh off the Boat, and that Katy Perry concert with tight-ended wide receivers.
After years of lobbying and finally an executive order from the president, ExxonMobil now says it will protect its LGBT employees from discrimination.
Gathering more than 100,000 signatures in under a month, the petition hopes to end the damaging practice faced by late trans teen Leelah Alcorn and many other LGBT people nationwide.
Photographer Michael Stokes, among others, says his work is regularly censored by Facebook even when the images clearly don't break the rules. Who makes these decisions?
Daniel Costa and Stephen Murphy say the driver kicked them out for kissing.
Josh Canfield and Reed Kelly shared a very special moment during their New York cabaret act, From Broadway to Survivor.
The move follows President Obama's State of the Union, which called for protecting LGBT rights as a matter of national security.
Rod McKuen's recent passing revives memories of teenage angst — and first love.
Up With People! Carol Channing! Diana Ross on a helicopter! The Super Bowl halftime show is often a bizarre and kind of gay affair.
Continuing her years-long battle, Kate Lynn Blatt has now argued that not having her gender identity accommodated at work violated her rights under federal disability laws.
Why parents can sometimes be the harshest bullies to their children.
While invoking the same message as segregationist policy, the former Fox News host also manages to confuse Abraham Lincoln's legacy.
A new book, Kinky Gay Sex: A Game Plan, makes us wonder if we have gone a little vanilla. Take the quiz and see what your kink quotient is.
The 'Add the Words' bill, which would have banned anti-LGBT discrimination, died in a party-line committee vote today.
The legislative session of 2015 is barely under way, but lawmakers in North Carolina are already looking for ways to sidestep marriage equality.
The American Family Association is trying to lower Fischer's profile, but he still has an AFA-affiliated radio show to promote his homophobic bile.
Several pieces of legislation aim to roll back progress for LGBT Oklahomans, but one of the most prominent lawmakers behind the bills says they don't not stem from hatred.