The actor and writer's one-man play, Hi, Are You Single?, tackles rejection in the gay community.
The Ford and Mellon Foundations invest in queer disabled cultural creatives.
Maria Town, president of the American Association of People with Disabilities, says disability is not a sign of weakness.
The record-breaking lesbian athlete died on a solo rowing journey across the Pacific, but she leaves behind one hell of a legacy.
Rodney Evans'a new documentary, Vision Portraits, chronicles the creative process of four visually impaired or blind artists, including Evans himself.
Three incredible works showed me I have queer, trans, and disabled ancestors.