Good Samaritans, including an unidentified cowboy, helped avert disaster at a Dallas Airport.
Equal marriage has won back parental rights for the Beehive State's same-sex couples seeking adoptions.
A written statement doesn't atone for Alaska Congressman Don Young's inappropriate, insensitive remarks at a Wasilla High School speech earlier this week, says the student who was targeted.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi takes a stand to deny a lesbian couple the right to divorce.
Today's PrEP myth examined: that it's only accessible to the affluent.
Even if her method doesn't work, we all win anyway.
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include the fastest man alive, Annie Lennox, the secret life of go-go boys, and Bette Midler’s moving tribute to TLC.
Many previously unpublished photos grace a career-spanning book, Streisand: In the Camera Eye.
In a video posted to I'm From Driftwood, a young man reports the supportive response he received when he came out to his mother — she just wanted him to wait until a commercial break in the football game.
Don't be fooled. Much has been made about race politics in Dear White People, but the film has a definite gay agenda.
A board member for a pro-marriage equality group is raising money for an antigay couple — huh?
Hear why some of the leading HIV activists, organizations, and beyond support PrEP as a tool to end HIV.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence welcomes everyone who is willing into its fold, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.
Notoriously homophobic preacher and politician Gordon Klingenschmitt says there's a demonic force behind the LGBT rights movement.
They're massively outnumbered by homophobic haters, but they are resilient. Meet Belgrade's courageous LGBT activists and allies in a moving new documentary from Vice News.
Tamara Lusardi, a trans Department of the Army employee, has found justice after years of misgendering and being barred from using the women's restroom.
Philip and Sandra Unruh have asked a federal court to allow them to intervene in a Kansas marriage equality case because the couple fears they will lose property if same-sex couples are allowed to marry.
Antigay pol Rick Santorum claims young people support LGBT rights only because gay activists have kept them from hearing the alternative view.
Alaska officials keep fighting marriage equality, Nevada's governor stands against antigay forces, and decisions may be imminent in Mississippi and Arkansas.
The world premiere of Mickey Bolmer's Back, which takes place on Halloween in 1989, raises a toast to Greenwich Village.