Fleet Week is our favorite time of the year. Here's why.
With recent legal developments in the restriction of privacy, the trials of Oscar Wilde and "the love that dare not speak its name" are particularly pertinent.
In the 1860s, Karoly-Maria Kertbeny, a forward-thinking young Hungarian, changed the way society saw gays and lesbians—forever.
"Who is she? Who was she? Who does she hope to be?"
The original Cabaret emcee turns 84.
In 1974, the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force celebrated their first victory: Homosexuality was no longer a "sickness."
For your weekly dose of gay icon appreciation, take some time to reflect on the national treasure that is Liza.