Now that we've won marriage equality across the country, it's time to tackle the next important question: Who gets the credit?
Big Freedia is the queen of bounce music, patron saint of New Orleans, and star of her own reality show. She's also an author, describing her amazing rise in her new memoir, God Save the Queen Diva!
It's the queerest Comic-Con yet, and if you're in San Diego this week, here's what not to miss.
Choreographer and coordinator George Scott Chandler shares his journey growing up gay in a Southern Baptist community in this excerpt from his new memoir, FWD March: Living in a World of Music and Motion.
Jordan Nasser was an executive at H&M but gave it up to write a novel mirroring his experiences as a gay man reconciling with his Southern heritage. Read an excerpt from Home Is a Fire below.
Capitalism is both a gift and curse to LGBT people and others fighting for equality in America, says lesbian author and socialist Sherry Wolf.
The term, which signifies the opposite of 'transgender,' is a crucial addition to the English language, say trans advocates.
In an excerpt from his new book No House to Call My Home, former LGBT youth worker Ryan Berg gets real about the struggles for one youth rejected by her family for being gay.
The great screen heartthrob of the 1950s sets the record straight by coming out as gay in Tab Hunter Confidential.