Reality and Broadway star Frankie Grande is the son of a pulmonologist and says smoking and cancer ain't cute.
Responding to his opponent's recent Advocate op-ed urging voters to keep a San Diego city council seat LGBT, a straight politician argues that simply being gay shouldn't guarantee LGBT votes.
It's been a roller coaster of victory and defeat for the distressed same-sex couples of Alabama.
Julian Bond was at the forefront of the civil rights battles of the mid-20th century. He says the 'religious discrimination' bills now cropping up all over the nation are a return to the institutional intolerance of those days.
Your body is not your gender, as the movie star has demonstrated.
Married Methodist pastors Tom and Jan Harry discuss their daughter's coming-out, her wedding, and why her marriage deserves respect.
Privilege is very real. But the way transgender people currently talk about it with potential allies is creating more divisions than bridges.
Social isolation among LGBT elders may be contributing to new HIV infections, but community building can slow the advance.
A century ago, politicians claimed that 'religious freedom' required legal racial segregation. Today, they're making the same claim against LGBTs.
Mitt Romney's comment about 'binders full of women' spurred the creation of BinderCon, a symposium for female writers that works hard to include LGBT participants.