In honor of Celebrate Bisexuality Day, we're highlighting our favorite artistic females who put the B in LGBT.
Acclaimed photographer François Rousseau explores the innate eroticism of dancers, their mental focus, and their muscular bodies in his book Men in Motion: The Art and Passion of the Male Dancer. Here’s an exclusive first look.
Join photographer Byron Motley on a photo tour of Havana -- a journey few Americans get to take -- and get up close and personal with Cuba’s gay and transgender community.
Every August since 1976, womyn have gathered on private land in Michigan for the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival. This is the story of the tireless crew that goes into making the 30-plus-year-old tradition come to life.
If a picture is really worth a thousand words, the New York Public Library's powerful exhibit, "1969: The Year of Gay Liberation," is the essence of our history as LGBT Americans, condensed into indelible words and images.
Did Prop. 8 backlash cause art censorship -- or its reversal -- at Brigham Young University? Could be, as BYU photography student J. Michael Wiltbank found when his contribution to a two-week-long art exhibition -- eight pairs of benign portraits, each depicting an LGBT-identified BYU student alongside a supportive friend -- had been removed.