Our pop culture highlights list this week includes the the modelings of Magic Mike, the horror of being Unfriended, and the wherq-ings of The Prancing Elites Project.
In this excerpt from Henry Vinson's new memoir, Confessions of a D.C. Madam, the writer describes how the government threw the book at him for operating a gay sex ring in 1980s Washington.
With April 15 here, brush up on these tax tips courtesy of The LGBT and Modern Family Money Manual.
A visual guide to Brad Gooch's beautiful but heartbreaking memoir of New York in the '70s and '80s.
Ginny Gilder, co-owner of the Seattle Storm WNBA team and Olympic silver medalist, recounts her coming-out experience in this excerpt from her new memoir, Course Correction.
April is National Poetry Month. In celebration, West Hollywood city poet Steven Reigns has decorated the lampposts of Santa Monica Boulevard with lines of poetry from 22 contemporary poets.
Back in 1989 an LGBT-themed children's book titled Heather Has Two Mommies incited condemnation from conservatives — and adoration from LGBT families. With her book being reissued, author Lesléa Newman has some words for her most famous character.