An exciting new way to access LGBT content is on its way, writes Allie Esslinger, and not a moment too soon.
In a recent segment on his HBO show, Bill Maher insisted that the fight for trans rights should be dropped until after the election. He couldn't be more wrong.
Reality television gives us a chance to remember how long the to-do list is before starting a family.
"I actually offered myself as Dr. [Everett] Scott, because I was already in a wheelchair,” said the actor, who is recovering from a stroke.
Next month Amazon will debut One Mississippi, a new show featuring the lesbian comic that doesn't make her attraction to women the subject of every plot and punchline.
The out Olympian told HBO's Bill Simmons she was not ready to "outwardly support" Donald Trump but that she remains a conservative, to help the GOP "do better when it comes to LGBT issues.”
Coming out at 16 was mostly a nightmare for Ryan Zamo. He found catharsis by writing and producing his own show about the gay teen experience.