If a picture is really worth a thousand words, the New York Public Library's powerful exhibit, "1969: The Year of Gay Liberation," is the essence of our history as LGBT Americans, condensed into indelible words and images.
rugby star’s coming-out was just the beginning of a
journey that has led to Hollywood.
The gay marine
staff sergeant lost a leg fighting one enemy. Now
he’s taking on another—the U.S.
military’s antigay policy.
How do we know Kate Hepburn was one of the greatest actors ever? Because inside her soul, she was a boy named Jimmy. Biographer Bill Mann explains.
James Loney knew he would be killed if his Iraqi captors
found out he is gay. So did his partner, Dan, back in
Canada, who had to go back into the closet.
Stella Got Her Groove Back author Terry McMillan
tells her side of the story on discovering her husband is
gay, going through a tabloid divorce, and using the