In this excerpt from his new book, Speak Now: Marriage Equality on Trial, Kenji Yoshino says the case against California's Proposition 8 was the first time antigay prejudice was put on trial — and lost.
In this excerpt from Henry Vinson's new memoir, Confessions of a D.C. Madam, the writer describes how the government threw the book at him for operating a gay sex ring in 1980s Washington.
Back in 1989 an LGBT-themed children's book titled Heather Has Two Mommies incited condemnation from conservatives — and adoration from LGBT families. With her book being reissued, author Lesléa Newman has some words for her most famous character.
Patricia Velasquez discusses how Karl Lagerfeld inspired her, walking in one of Jean Paul Gaultier's biggest shows, and coming out to her family in Straight Walk.