Leonard Nimoy, 'Star Trek' Icon and LGBT Ally, Dead at 83
February 27 2015 8:02 PM ET

Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek Icon and LGBT Ally, Dead at 83

Gay actors Zachary Quinto and George Takei are among those who remember Nimoy fondly — and so is President Obama.

Pop Music Icon Lesley Gore Dies at 68

Pop Music Icon Lesley Gore Dies at 68

Out pop music icon Lesley Gore, who scored hits with the feisty 'It's My Party' and 'You Don't Own Me,' has passed away.

Teenage Crush: Remembering Rod McKuen

Teenage Crush: Rod McKuen

Rod McKuen's recent passing revives memories of teenage angst — and first love.

Op-ed: Remembering Stonewall Veteran Danny Garvin

Op-ed: Remembering Stonewall Veteran Danny Garvin

A historian of LGBT history remembers a man who lived a full, fascinating, inspiring life.

Mike Nichols, Director of 'Birdcage' and 'Angels,' Dead at 83

Mike Nichols, Director of Birdcage and Angels, Dead at 83

The respected director's work included some gay-themed and gay-beloved projects.

Transgender Pioneer Leslie Feinberg of Stone Butch Blues Has Died

Trans Pioneer, Stone Butch Blues Author Leslie Feinberg Dies

She was a pioneer in trans and lesbian issues, workers rights, and intersectionality long before anyone could define the phrase. Her partner, Minnie Bruce Pratt, and family offered us this obituary.

Pioneering Gay Journalist Joseph Nicholson Dead at 71

Pioneering Gay Journalist Dies

Joseph Nicholson, often cited as the first openly gay reporter at a big-city daily, covered high-profile court cases, international affairs, and gay and AIDS issues.

Comedian, Gay Fan Favorite Joan Rivers Is Dead at 81

Comedian, Gay Fan Favorite Joan Rivers Is Dead at 81

The comedian died a week after cardiac arrest during a surgical procedure.

Lawyer Who Fought DADT Killed in Seattle Bike Accident

Lawyer Who Fought DADT Killed in Seattle Bike Accident

Sher Kung died Friday when a truck struck her as she rode her bicycle in downtown Seattle.

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