Health officials are finally paying attention to the trauma inflicted by a homophobic and transphobic world.
After losing his partner to a hate crime, Jeffrey Montgomery found some solace by becoming a fierce advocate for change.
In November, voters will have the opportunity to choose between a vetted and vocally pro-LGBT candidate and an ethically insolvent, chaotic carnival barker.
“I’m grateful to all of the advocates and families and friends who never stopped insisting that what’s right is right.”
Nicholas Kristof unearthed several ghosts from Donald Trump's past that show a history of bias from the GOP presidential candidate.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz will quit her post as party leader after leaked emails showed a bias against Bernie Sanders among DNC staffers.
"Now that we've seen Looking, what's going to come after that?" asks Castillo.
Fox released the first trailer of its anticipated remake of the musical cult classic.
The Daily Show asked Republican National Convention attendees to define the time period referred to in Trump's slogan "Make America Great Again."
David Duke is so "overjoyed" with the Republican presidential nominee's recent speech that he has decided to run for office.
The veil of silence and shame that covers so many bisexual people will be lifted this weekend.
The presumptive Democratic nominee for president chooses the Virginia senator.
The presidential candidate met with family members of Pulse victims in Orlando, pledging to fight to ensure the "targeted" attack on the "Latino LGBT community" never happens again.
Steve Kenney is suspended and sent to diversity training after posting horrifying messages on the Facebook site of OutSports editor Cyd Zeigler.
"The terrorist on our televisions tonight was Donald Trump," said one of the queer women who cofounded Black Lives Matter after watching the Republican presidential nominee's acceptance speech.
Can Richie, Raúl Castillo's queer Latino character on Looking, help open the door for more authentic representation of LGBT Latinos on television and film? The show's creators hope so.
Sex workers in Cleveland are seeing an influx of new clients, according to the New York Post.