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The Small Southwestern Town That Went Rogue

A small southwestern town goes rogue for same-sex unions.

Check Out The World's First Wearable Magazine

The exclusive streetwear brand from Sweden offers a new way to read a magazine.

A Faire of the Heart Gala Funds AIDS Housing

The Alliance for Housing and Healing hosted its annual gala to help fund housing and food for people with HIV/AIDS.

James Franco to Accept Ally Award

James Franco will be acknowledged for his career accomplishments and support for the LGBT community.

Gay German Film Opens MoMA's Kino! Exhibition

Freier Fall will be open the museum's 35th annual German film exhibition.

The Influence of Oberlin

Where did comedy wunderkind get her inspiration for her HBO hit Girls? The historically progressive Oberlin College, of course.

Ladies, Are You Ready for Michfest?

Despite continuing controversy over the rights of transgender women to participate, lesbians around the globe will soon be descending on this international feminist music festival.

Sister Spit Takes Over REDCAT

The acclaimed group from San Francisco will deliver an evening of queer performances.

Author Conversation: Taking Inspiration From Lesbian Novels

Two award-winning authors of lesbian novels discuss the different inspirations and tribulations behind their writing.

Trans Golfer Says She Shouldn't Compete Against Women Her Own Age

62-year-old Bobbi Lancaster says younger golfers are more suitable for her to compete with.

Quebec Launches Antihomophobia Campaign

A new antihomophobia campaign is asking Quebecers if they are really open to sexual diversity.

The Most Ludicrous Antigay 'Rap' You'll Ever See

Months after if was first posted, an antigay YouTube video has recently resurfaced online.

5 Reasons to Watch L.A. Frock Stars

The new fashion reality show follows a vintage fashion guru and her Los Angeles boutique.

Uganda Deports British Producer of Gay Play

Producer David Cecil was deported from Uganda late Monday for staging a play about homosexuality.

Indiana Town Launches Gay Panic Over Prom

Some parents, students and a teacher in Indiana are rallying for a separate high school prom banning gays.

5 Reasons to Watch the Grammys

Everyone's excited about the stuffy Oscars, but the Grammy Awards on Sunday will have Frank Ocean, Kelly Clarkson, and Ellen DeGeneres. What's not to love?

Connected With Love and Death In Our Age of Technology

Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death, & Technology, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, is available on iTunes and all digital platforms today.

Icelandic Teen Wins Right to Birth Name

Government officials in Iceland argued that Blaer Bjarkardottir's name was too masculine for a girl.

Books for Young LGBT Folks

First loves, family problems, compelling discoveries, self-realization, and acceptance during adolescence to adult years are among the things found in this collection of books.


Get Ready for the 2013 Toscars!

The Sixth Annual Toscars announces the highly anticipated panel of celebrity judges.