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Spotify Launches GLOW Program Promoting LGBTQ+ Musicians Year-Round

Queer artists and creators gathered at Spotify's Los Angeles office to celebrate the streaming service's new equity program.

24 Photos of The Center Honoring HIV Awareness & NYC's Ballroom Scene

"Reflection, Celebration, Rejuvenation" was the theme for a World AIDS Day ball hosted by The Center in New York.

Last Call Chicago Reveals the Rich History of LGBTQ Bar Culture

A new book by Rick Karlin and St Sukie de la Croix documents the Windy City's LGBTQ+ bar community going all the way back to Prohibition.

'Looking For Lesbians' at ONE Archives Explores Lesbian Pulp Fiction

Artist-in-residence Sarah Joy Ford and curator Alexis Bard Johnson talked to The Advocate about how pulp novels gave rise to lesbian literary culture.

Jane Austen Meets Marriage Equality in 'Gay Pride & Prejudice' Podcast

A new retelling of Pride & Prejudice from Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita, and Zackary Grady is the gay adaptation we've been waiting for.

Sheriff Joy Hawk Trusts Her Instincts in 'Outer Range' Exclusive Clip

Tamara Podemski's character reveals a painful story from her childhood in the next episode of Amazon Studios' sci-fi Western series.

'Schitt's Creek' Alum Noah Reid on Anti-LGBTQ Laws: "It Is Anti-Human"

"It's very sad that in this country where people are obsessed with freedom, there seems to be a cognitive disconnect around who gets to experience freedom," Reid said during his Broadway debut.

'Outer Range's Tamara Podemski Takes On the American West

The actor behind Outer Range's gay Native American sheriff talks representation, family, and why the Western genre is due for an update.

Skater Karina Manta on Coming Out, Mental Health in 'On Top of Glass'

The American ice dancer captures a turning point in figure skating with her new memoir.

'Red, White & Royal Blue' is Finally Getting a Film Adaptation

Tony Award winner Matthew Lopez will direct the queer rom-com for Amazon Studios.

Skater Amber Glenn on How Coming Out Changed Her Life

For 2021 U.S. silver medalist Amber Glenn, coming out changed her in ways she couldn't have imagined.

Kaitlyn Weaver Teams With Adam Rippon on 'Open Ice' Film & Fundraiser

The Canadian Olympic ice dancer, who came out in June, is highlighting game changers in figure skating and the causes they support.

Annie Murphy Leads a Female Rebellion in 'Kevin Can F**K Himself'

Stars Murphy and Mary Hollis Inboden, along with writer/producer Valerie Armstrong, talk about subverting sitcom stereotypes.

Annie Murphy Gets Dark in 'Kevin Can F**K Himself' Exclusive Clip

The Emmy winner for Schitt's Creek and Mary Hollis Inboden share a moment in this dark comedy from writer/producer Valerie Armstrong.

'One Last Stop' Is the Inclusive Romance Novel Queer Readers Deserve

"To me, [One Last Stop] is an Unbury Your Gays book," says author Casey McQuiston.

Casey McQuiston's 'Red, White & Royal Blue' Still Making History

On the second anniversary of her best-selling novel, McQuiston discusses Trump, escapism, and the possibility of a spinoff. 

Billy Eichner 'Proposes' to Dan Levy 'Just to Make the Pope Angry'

Two of Hollywood's leading gay actors spoke out against the Catholic Church's stance on same-sex unions Monday.

Kyrsten Sinema Proves LGBTQ+ Representation Isn't Everything

A federal minimum wage hike, which the bisexual senator voted against, would have lifted up many in her own community.

Catholic School District Removes LGBTQ+ Resources

"There is a long history accusing 2SLGBTQ+ people of pedophilia and of 'corrupting' children and youth," says YouthLine Executive Director Berkha Gupta.

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How Big Freedia Is Getting Through Lockdown and Losing Her Mom

The Queen of Bounce discusses her memoir God Save the Queen Diva! and how she's creating art in a time of social-distancing.