Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include gays in the military, Faking It, Space Station 76, and How to Get Away With Murder.
Russian singer Julia Volkova says gay men have 'no right to be a fag,' but that women should be able to love whomever they want.
But the Census Bureau will only consider legally married same-sex couples in its new definition of 'family.'
Students at James Madison University found a peaceful, creative way to counter the hateful messages of a homophobic preacher on campus.
The fashionable darlings of the figure skating world are back on NBC, possibly bumping longtime commentators Tom Hammond, Scott Hamilton, and Sandra Bezic from the anchor's desk.
Two years after approving a constitutional marriage ban, voters have grown more sympathetic to marriage equality, according to a new pair of polls.
A South Dakota man is nursing a black eye and head injury after he confronted a woman he heard use antigay slurs outside a local bar.
Attendance was down this year due to fighting in the Gaza strip over the summer.
Governor Phil Bryant has aligned himself with the antigay Alliance Defending Freedom in opposing the state's sole challenge to its marriage ban.
North Carolina Representative Robert Pittenger doubled down on previous comments that firing gay people was a freedom for business owners to enjoy.
Does the world despise our voices, or is it just us?
While Ilene Chaiken's earlier series depicted the lives of lesbians in glamorous L.A., her latest project is her realest yet.
Seeing images of loving LGBT couples continues to move the needle of acceptance forward. Mitch Kitter and Shalem Mathew are normalizing same-sex love.
In less than a decade, our families have gone from a tactic to block marriage equality to one of the best arguments for legal relationship recognition.
Reports have emerged that Egyptian authorities are exploiting Grindr's mapping power to entrap and arrest gay men.
Dueling briefs from government officials disagree over the constitutionality of the state's marriage ban.
A propaganda video hoping to recruit new fighters for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria warns about the dangers of gay teachers in 'infidel' schools.
Texas law enforcement officials, clergy, business owners, and first responders are showing support for marriage equality.
MTV's LGBT-themed teen dramedy will explore a less commonly visible aspect of gender variance in its second season.
Marriage is on hold for now in Indiana and Wisconsin, with a stay that the Supreme Court could lift within a month, or prolong into 2015.