La Toya Reminds Us Why She's Still the Most Fabulous Jackson

La Toya Reminds Us Why She's Still the Most Fabulous Jackson

La Toya Jackson on the joy of witnessing a same-sex wedding for the first time and inspiring others by sharing her story as a survivor of domestic abuse.

WATCH: Same-Sex Pair's Salsa Dance Sizzles on 'America's Got Talent'

WATCH: Same-Sex Dancers Sizzle on America's Got Talent

Two male dancers — one straight and one gay — seriously impressed the judges with a high-energy salsa routine on last night's America's Got Talent.

Orphan Black Recap: Pop Goes the Leekie

Orphan Black Recap: Pop Goes the Leekie

This week brings not only a welcomed break from the Prolethians, but many unexpected revelations

HBO Developing Stonewall-Era Drama

HBO Developing Stonewall-Era Drama

In the wake of The Normal Heart's critical success, HBO has signed on for another LGBT drama, set to be directed by gay filmmaker Adam Shankman.

Carmen Carrera Becomes Lightning Rod in T-Word Debate

Carmen Carrera Becomes Lightning Rod in T-Word Debate

In the debate over whether words like 'tranny' and 'shemale' are transphobic, attacks are increasingly focusing on Carmen Carrera.

TV Psych Apologizes For Claiming Santa Barbara Shooter Suffered 'Homosexual Impulses'

TV Psych Claims Shooter Ailed by 'Homosexual Impulses,' Fired

Pyschotherapist Robi Ludwig apologized after asserting that shooter Elliot Rodger's behavior may be driven by 'homosexual impulses,' but she still lost her job with real estate agency Caldwell Banker.

RuPaul Further Responds Transphobic Accusations: 'I've Been a 'Tranny' For 32 Years'

RuPaul Further Responds: 'I've Been a 'Tranny' For 32 Years'

RuPaul took to Twitter to further weigh in on his use of the t-word, and allegations that Logo is 'distancing' itself from the drag icon after recent comments.

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