OK, we really want to believe all you wrestlers out there that it is really a legitimate sport. But then we looked at the evidence.
The sexuality of House of Cards' commander in chief sure is interesting, isn't it?
Mayor Bill de Blasio once again refuses to march in the world's largest St. Patty's Day parade due to its discriminatory ban on LGBT marchers.
The publication responded to a call from the Human Rights Campaign to cease carrying listings for the discredited practice.
The online publication chose Mock as the first subject for its new video series, This Broad's Life.
The Advocate spoke with RuPaul's Drag Race's Tempest DuJour after he sashayed away.
In California, anyone can propose a ballot measure by filing the text and paying a fee — but luckily, this one has little chance of going before voters.
The Icelandic pop marvel also kicks off a MOMA retrospective of her career this week.
The 'Love Has No Labels' campaign released a new PSA aimed at shedding light on diversity and inclusion.
The potential Republican presidential candidate added to his list of antigay statements in an interview with CNN.
Nearly two years after her death, Islan Nettles is one step closer to justice.
The state of marriage equality in Alabama just got even more confusing.
Is masculinity innate, or is it just an act?
Same Love Photography makes lasting images that tell a moving story while advancing marriage equality awareness in Australia and beyond.
A bisexual person is permitted in all states to marry someone of the opposite sex but is still forbidden in 14 states to marry someone of the same sex.
How a party prompted a man to evaluate his health — and how others talk about HIV.
The story of the sexual awakening of a young, butch lesbian is the most honest thing Broadway has seen on LGBT lives.
A new study shows that even one small conversation makes a huge difference in gaining support for LGBT equality.
Tensions flared in Charlotte, N.C. Monday, as nearly 120 citizens gave passionate speeches for and against an ultimately stymied LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance.
The attorney general makes a strong case in a USA Today op-ed and says the Justice Department will filed a pro-equality brief with the Supreme Court.