Indiana needs our boots, not our backs, says this drag queen who frequents the state.
Unseamly, biased comments tailored to keep you in stitches.
Ignoring Russia's antigay law, a Brazilian medical student risked it all by dedicating his public performance of Hozier's international hit, 'Take me to Church,' to his boyfriend sitting in the audience.
Conan O'Brien sat down with Indiana's Religious Freedom Czar to get all of the 'real' details behind the highly disputed Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The singer, who lives in Bloomington, Ind., urges us to respond with love.
Trans Jewish teen Tom Sosnik's recent coming-out video has inspired one rabbi to tell all trans teens: 'I've got your back.'
After owners of Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Ind., said they won't outright deny service to gay couples in their restaurant, but would never cater a same-sex wedding, the shop has temporarily closed.
Terry McAuliffe touts the Old Dominion as 'open and welcoming.'
Apple, Levi Strauss, Microsoft, and others have signed on to a statement denouncing such legislation as 'bad for business.'
Nigeria has a new president from a new party. There are mixed signals, though, about what that will mean for LGBT Nigerians.
The out former R.E.M. front man shares his feelings in a video on his Tumblr.
The out CNN anchor isn't letting Indiana lawmakers get away with claiming they didn't know RFRA would result in discrimination.
The 'license to discriminate' law is being sent back to the legislature, the governor announced this morning.
Reality and Broadway star Frankie Grande is the son of a pulmonologist and says smoking and cancer ain't cute.
Responding to his opponent's recent Advocate op-ed urging voters to keep a San Diego city council seat LGBT, a straight politician argues that simply being gay shouldn't guarantee LGBT votes.
The star of Fuse's groundbreaking reality show is adjusting to big-time fame.
We rounded up the best pictures of out TV hunk Will Wikle and various dogs.
The 2015 Trans100 list includes activists, journalists, academics, and sex workers.
Everyone’s favorite talk show host is also one of the world's greatest pranksters. In honor of April Fool's Day, here are her best mischievous moments.
Comedian Nadya Ginsburg skewers Madonna online and on stage, but she says it's all out of love.