The former congressman talks to The Advocate about his autobiography and, as we've grown to expect, doesn't hold back.
His first novel is titled, The Book of Night Women.
Over 40 American cities passed antidrag laws in the late 1800s. How did that shape the definition of gender normality? Arresting Dress: Cross-Dressing, Law, and Fascination in 19th Century San Francisco explains.
Many have still never heard about what happened that night in New Orleans in 1973 — until now.
Lance Loud was the first out gay teenager that anybody could see on weekly television.