Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. Back then, we spoke to LGBT residents struggling to rebuild their lives; we caught up with two of them to see what their lives are like a decade after the storm.
After assault and attempted rape charges were dropped, a judge chose to be unusually lenient, citing the attacker's age.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu says his famously tolerant city will continue to welcome everyone, including LGBT people, despite Gov. Bobby Jindal's antigay 'conscience protection' order.
BreakOUT!, an LGBT youth of color activist group in New Orleans, has put up a new billboard commuters can't ignore.
As police have been investigating Penny Proud's murder, a national conversation about violence and journalistic standards concerning trans victims has been renewed.
Tuesday morning's murder of Penny Proud has trans advocates outraged about the year's particularly deadly start for trans women of color.
Two gay lawyers have opened the first private law firm in Louisiana to focus its services on LGBT clients.
Forty years ago, dozens of people were trapped inside a New Orleans gay bar as it burned down. Now a new book, two films, an art installation, and a musical revisit the tragedy.