Leonard Nimoy, 'Star Trek' Icon and LGBT Ally, Dead at 83
February 27 2015 8:02 PM ET

Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek Icon and LGBT Ally, Dead at 83

Gay actors Zachary Quinto and George Takei are among those who remember Nimoy fondly — and so is President Obama.

LGBT Religious Film Fest Aims to Build Bridges

LGBT Religious Film Fest Aims to Build Bridges

The film festival seeks to foster discussions about sexuality, gender, and religion.

LGBT-Inclusive Christian Film Seeks to 'Pass the Light'

LGBT-Inclusive Christian Film Seeks to Pass the Light

Pass the Light tells the story of a Christian teen with a message of love and inclusion — and its creators fought to keep a positively portrayed gay couple in the script.

Is 'Transface' a Problem in Hollywood?

Is 'Transface' a Problem in Hollywood?

Hilary Swank, Andrea James, Natasha Lyonne, Armistead Maupin, and more weigh in on casting discrimination in the entertainment industry.

WATCH: Dear White People's Gay Writer Wins at Independent Spirit Awards

WATCH: Dear White People's Gay Writer Wins at Independent Spirit Awards

Filmmaker Justin Simien gave a moving acceptance speech on on the importance of putting minority stories 'in the culture.'

Jem Creative Team: 'Kimber and Stormer Are Gay'

Jem Creative Team: 'Kimber and Stormer Are Gay'

Jem and the Holograms get a new look and reintroduce two main characters as lesbians in a new ongoing series from comic book publisher IDW.

Best Tweets: Travolta Out Memes Himself at the 2015 Oscars

Best Oscar Tweets: Travolta Out Memes Himself

"Glom Gazingo" wins the award for Creepiest Oscar Moments.

Screenwriter Graham Moore: Stay Weird. Stay Different

Screenwriter Graham Moore: Stay Weird. Stay Different

Screenwriter Graham Moore honored Alan Turing in his acceptance speech for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Imitation Game.

Violent Gay Protests at the Oscars: Could It Happen Again?

Violent Gay Protests at the Oscars: Could It Happen Again?

Furious over queer villains in The Silence of the Lambs, JFK, and Basic Instinct, activists clashed with police at the 1992 Academy Awards. Has representation changed enough since?

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