The author of a new book, who spent a year posing as a gay man, has one of the most impressive stories of how coming out can change the world.
Filmmaking legend John Waters, who's broken so many taboos himself, recently read aloud from Lady Chatterley's Lover, the work of another gay innovator.
When Brad Brown was dying of AIDS, he asked his brother for one little favor.
Back to school brings a host of offbeat books to the shelves, including the memoir of an influential gay painter, a love story between a gay man and baseball, and the tale of a lesbian teen who wants to go to prom.
A tweet in response to Bret Easton Ellis's latest alarming comment probably sums it up best: "BRET IS BACK!"
Marianne K. Martin, author of The Indelible Heart, and Joan Opyr, author of Shaken and Stirred, reflect on the power of humor in overcoming life's tragedies.