The star of Fuse's groundbreaking reality show is adjusting to big-time fame.
Comedian Nadya Ginsburg skewers Madonna online and on stage, but she says it's all out of love.
The Grammy Award–winners call the state's new 'religious freedom' law an 'odious measure.'
Andrew Lucero learned all of Selena's iconic moves from YouTube videos.
The jokes lit up social media and made headlines on entertainment sites from TMZ to People.
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include The Breakfast Club’s 30th anniversary, the groundbreaking trans film 52 Tuesdays, out singer Steve Grand, and DC’s biggest bisexual badass, Catwoman.
Fans were surprised and ecstatic to hear Los Tigres del Norte perform a gay love song, and they showed their appreciation on social media.
Think LGBT pop stars make only dance music? Think again!
In the middle of a huge American headlining tour and getting ready to open for Elton John's Las Vegas residency, 2 Cellos chats about how viral video success introduced them to LGBT fans.
The rapper tells The Advocate why she is venturing into investigative journalism around LGBT communities abroad.