Catie Curtis Wants to Marry You
August 30 2011 3:00 AM ET

Catie Curtis Wants to Marry You

Michelle Garcia

Need a music and a ceremony? Lesbian singer-songwriter Catie Curtis might be able to help.

The Best of Times for Chuck Panozzo
August 26 2011 3:00 AM ET

The Best of Times for Chuck Panozzo

Winston Gieseke

Styx cofounder Chuck Panozzo is an AIDS survivor who’s been campaigning for HIV awareness and gay rights since 2001. He gives us his thoughts on gay rockers, the power of coming out, and male groupies.

Why Barbra Streisand Matters
August 23 2011 3:00 AM ET

Why Barbra Streisand Matters

William Mann

With the release of her 64th album, What Matters Most, the legendary entertainer who redefined all the rules is still doing things her way. The author of the upcoming biography Hello Gorgeous considers why, after a career that spans six decades, Streisand remains one of our most relatable icons.

Karen Carpenter Unlikely Gay Icon
August 22 2011 3:00 AM ET February 04 2013 6:57 PM ET

Karen Carpenter: Unlikely Gay Icon

Randy L. Schmidt

Today is the 30th anniversary of the star's untimely passing.

August 21 2011 12:55 PM ET

Chely Wright Weds Girlfriend

Trudy Ring

Country singer Chely Wright, who came out as lesbian last year, married Lauren Blitzer in an interfaith ceremony Saturday at Blitzer’s aunt’s home in Connecticut.

Lee Lessack Sings Songs of Love
August 09 2011 1:45 PM ET

Lee Lessack Sings Songs of Love

Winston Gieseke

Seventeen years after his first recording, singer and entrepreneur Lee Lessack looks back on his career in music, as both a performer and a mini mogul.

Olivias Magic Spell
July 26 2011 12:30 PM ET

Olivia’s Magic Spell

Jeremy Kinser

Thirty years after the release of her smash “Physical,” Olivia Newton-John is still going strong and captivating fans. The iconic singer pays tribute to her favorite female vocalists, recalls the gay couples in her groundbreaking video, and tells why she’s excited about marriage equality.

You Should Be Dancing
July 19 2011 3:10 PM ET

You Should Be Dancing

Jeremy Kinser

Disco will never die. Here are some of the most enduring queer anthems that can still get us on the dance floor.

Opera Company Were Not Homphobic
July 05 2011 2:45 PM ET

Opera Company: We're Not Homophobic

Trudy Ring

Richard Mantle of England’s Opera North says homophobia was not the reason for canceling a new opera featuring a gay character, but show’s librettist, Billy Elliot creator Lee Hall, remains unconvinced.

Portrait of a Lady
July 05 2011 6:50 AM ET

Portrait of a Lady

Jeremy Kinser

Lay off Lady Gaga. With her omnipresence and tireless stumping for equality, she’s probably doing a lot more for LGBT rights than you are.

Opera Pulled Over Gay Content
July 04 2011 5:15 PM ET

Opera Pulled Over Gay Content

Trudy Ring

An opera company in England has canceled the premiere of a new opera by Billy Elliot creator Lee Hall because of objections to gay content.

Gay Kisses Sweeten Glee Concert
July 04 2011 4:05 PM ET

Gay Kisses Sweeten Concert

Trudy Ring

Two surprise same-sex kisses were highlights of the final concert in the Glee tour Sunday in Ireland.

Taiwans Gays Welcome Lady Gaga
July 03 2011 11:15 AM ET

Taiwan's Gays Welcome Lady Gaga

Trudy Ring

Gay fans and others turned out in force Sunday for Lady Gaga’s first concert in Taiwan, a free promotional event held in the city of Taichung.

AddThis

Quantcast