Hilary Swank, Andrea James, Natasha Lyonne, Armistead Maupin, and more weigh in on casting discrimination in the entertainment industry.
The Imperial Council of San Francisco, the 2nd largest LGBT group in the U.S., marks 50 years of glitter, grandiosity, and community service.
Gay journalist Glenn Greenwald called Neil Patrick Harris's quip about Edward Snowden "stupid and irresponsible."
Filmmaker Justin Simien gave a moving acceptance speech on on the importance of putting minority stories 'in the culture.'
A new must-see photo project, 'To Survive on This Shore,' offers moving portraits of a nearly invisible group: transgender elders.
Are gays made to host big, flashy awards shows? Looks that way.
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?