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Pink Is Giving Out Banned Books At Her Florida Concerts

The music superstar takes on book bans in the state that has the most of them.

How Queer Was the Roman Empire? Very.

Someone should tell Speaker Mike Johnson that while the Roman Empire was pretty queer, according to historians, that wasn't what caused its fall.

'Transparent' Actress Alexandra Billings Readies Autobiographical Show for Broadway

The acclaimed transgender actress and activist will bring her life story to the stage in S/He and Me.

NBA Star Dwight Howard Denies Allegations He Sexually Assaulted a Man

Howard said in court documents that he had "consensual sexual activity" with another man, but claims there was no assault.

Jussie Smollett Enters Rehab, Has Had 'Extremely Difficult' Few Years

The announcement comes as the out actor appeals his conviction on charges that he faked a hate crime against himself.

LGBTQ+ Representation Increased at the Movies, But More Still Needs To Be Done

GLAAD's Studio Responsibility Index finds increased LGBTQ+ representation, but a need for improvement in several areas.

A GOP Politician Reportedly Called a Child 'F*g' Then Sued a News Site For Covering It

The lawsuit has cost the publication so much it might close.

Creative Artists Agency Signs Out's Parent Company Equalpride as Client

CAA will identify and create opportunities for the company in a variety of areas.

Senate Passes Marriage Equality Bill (Lindsey Graham Voted No)

The legislation is a preemptive move against a hyper-conservative Supreme Court.

Julian Fellowes on the 'Predicament of Being Gay' in 'Downton Abbey'

The writer of Downton Abbey: A New Era discusses historical homophobia in the film as well as his other period project, The Gilded Age.

Meet Karine Jean-Pierre, the History-Making Lesbian on Biden's Staff

After being the first Black person and first out lesbian to hold a chief of staff role for a vice-presidential nominee, she now has her official appointment for the administration.

Monica Roberts Had 'Medical Emergency' Before Death

Whle initial reports alleged a hit-and-run, a medical examiner has determined Roberts died of natural causes.


TikTok Maker Punched, Called Antigay Slur in Homophobic Attack

Police are investigating it as a hate crime.

Queer Canadians Three Times More Likely to Be Assaulted, Study Shows

A new report from Statistics Canada details the incidents of physical and sexual assault, mental health disorders, and more.

Watch Rep Malcolm Kenyatta Rip Into GOP Over Voter Suppression

 "This idea of voter fraud is, frankly, nonsense — and we need to call it that. Nonsense."

Sarah Paulson, Billy Porter, Megan Rapinoe Call For Police Reform

They're among hundreds of entertainers and athletes, LGBTQ+ and otherwise, advocating for reforms in California.

Swiss Politicians Keep Delaying Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage

A marriage equality bill hit a roadblock this week, and activists are frustrated but remain hopeful.

'League of Their Own' To Become Amazon Prime TV Series

Amazon has officially ordered Abbi Jacobson's series based on the women's professional baseball league that also inspired the beloved 1992 film.