Planning to see a show in NYC besides Hedwig? Skip the Les Misérables revival and check out these LGBT-inclusive musicals.
Howard Brenner and David Usdan are the first couple married at 54 Below, which will soon host a reception for the Big Gay (Il)legal Wedding contest winners.
Bringing the fight to federal court, as happened in the Proposition 8 case, 'was absolutely a revolutionary step to take,' Jo Becker tells MSNBC host Ronan Farrow.
The recently revised draft guidelines for Ugandan health workers who may encounter LGBT people essentially requires those health care workers to out LGBT Ugandans.
Fox News uses the GLAAD-defined defamatory slur 'gender-bender' to refer to Chelsea Manning, adding to the network's long track record of deprecating trans individuals.
A Catholic priest in Liberia chides that country's president for not speaking out strongly enough against gay rights.
In the absence of a formal legal defense supporting Oregon's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, a gay federal judge asked probing questions during Wednesday's hearing.
The pastor of a Seattle-area Methodist church supports openly gay scout leader Geoff McGrath, even as the Boy Scouts of America cuts ties with the troop he leads at the church.
A Texas judge has ruled that a same-sex couple has the same rights regarding divorce and custody as heterosexual couples.
Gay NBA player Jason Collins was named one of the "most influential" people in the world by Time, nabbing an inside cover of the magazine.
The fake conservative is furious that the late gay political icon will be featured on a stamp, which he calls a 'prestigious honor traditionally reserved for our greatest presidents and regional songbirds.'
Dark purple camp, from the golden age of homosexuality. All right, millennials — learn this!
Set in Streisand's private basement shopping mall, Buyer & Cellar honors the diva's 72nd birthday today by offering free tickets to fans.
HRC executive director Chad Griffin on the controversial book Forcing the Spring, which documents the fight for marriage equality.
Those accused of beating fashion student Taj Patterson reportedly used antigay slurs, but they were not charged with a hate crime.
The WikiLeaks source announced today that she is now legally recognized as 'Chelsea Elizabeth Manning.' Manning also provided an update on her current state of affairs, including whether or not she will receive health care.
Despite earlier reports that the gay-inclusive show would soon be returning to TV, NBC says the network has no such plans.
The Anglican archbishop of Wales says the church may evolve on same-sex marriage, but he urges patience.
A new report argues that Uganda's antigay laws shouldn't necessarily impact a substantial healthcare loan from the World Bank.
Crystal Moore of Latta, S.C., speaks out on her firing, while the Town Council holds her job open in hopes of rehiring her.