Alison Bechdel, Samuel D. Hunter & Mary Bonauto Gay Geniuses; Win MacArthur Grants

Alison Bechdel, Samuel D. Hunter, and Mary L. Bonauto named MacArthur Grant Fellos.

How Joan Rivers Changed TV (and My Life)

In most of the obituaries for Joan Rivers, her time as the host of the nascent Fox network’s The Late Show Starring Joan …

By Paul Colichman

I’m So Happy for You

When well-meaning sentiments are actually straightsplaining in disguise

By R. Kurt Osenlund

Hollywood Not So Great For Gays

According to a survey of 5,700 SAG-AFTRA members, half of LGBT performers face discrimination.

By Alex Panisch

God Loves Gays Billboard Counters Westboro Hate

After the great flood, God created the rainbow. Now, he's back to defend those who have adopted it as their symbol. …

By Michelle Ehrhardt

4 Things to Know About Martine Rothblatt

America’s highest paid female CEO is a transwoman with some radical ideas about the future.

By Alex Panisch

Joan Rivers Dead at 81

One week after she was rushed to the hospital, legendary comedienne and trailblazer Joan Rivers has died.

By Alex Panisch

Organizers of New York’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade Lift Ban on LGBT Groups

Pressure from the Mayor and NBCUniversal influenced their decision.

By Alex Panisch

Crimean Leader Promises Crackdown On LGBT Demonstrations

Putin’s man in Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov: 'We don’t need such people.'

By Alex Panisch

San Diego Man Charged for Knowingly Exposing 25 Men to HIV

Thomas Guerra allegedly exposed 25 men—including his ex boyfriend—to the virus. Hundreds could be at risk.

By Alex Panisch

Joan Rivers in Stable Condition After She Stopped Breathing During Surgery

The 81-year-old comedy legend was rushed to New York’s Mount Sinai hospital after complications during vocal cord …

By Alex Panisch

Jamaica’s Homeless LGBT Population and the Woman Who Is Trying to Help

Disowned by their families, Kingston’s LGBT youth take refuge in a storm drain

By Michelle Ehrhardt

Robin Williams Dead at 63

The Oscar-winning actor and comedian died of a suspected suicide

By Jerry Portwood

Uganda Stages First Gay Pride Since ‘Kill the Gays’ Bill’ Invalidated

About 200 LGBTQ Ugandans celebrated the court ruling on saturday.

By Alex Panisch

Op-Ed: Why I Go to Israel

Michael Lucas says you can go to Israel, even during a crisis

By Michael Lucas

Bryan Singer Accuser to Withdraw Original Sex-Abuse Case

Michael Egan III wants the suit dismissed "without prejudice or an award of costs or fees, in the interest of justice" …

By Alex Panisch