From Washington, DC to New York and Los Angeles, The Danish Girl is making a splash as film reels start rolling in movie houses throughout the US.
When playwright Larry Kramer decided to use his anger against discrimination and AIDS, he created a paradigm shift in how the world saw the virus.
Who hasn't seen a film and felt a thrilling connection to the lesbian movie characters on the screen? We suppose that's why we like a particular movie.
Sex toys have lost their image that they're for singles only as couples use it to spice up their sex life. But they're also causing envy for some.
The death of Sandra Moran last November 7 left us a legacy not only of her stories but also the lessons she was trying to impart to us in her writing.
The US government is quietly ensuring LGBT refugees allowed into the country can bring their same-sex partners as well, even if they aren't legally married.
For her role in creating the film "Transgender, At War and in Love," filmmaker Fiona Dawson will be honored by the White House as a "Champion for Change."
As a powerful voice for the trans people. Sylvia Rivera is now the first trans person to have a portrait in the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery.
The use of the biblical passage of Ruth 1:16-17 in heterosexual weddings is ironic, given that these lines were uttered between two women, Ruth and Naomi.
The new documentary Janis: Little Blue Blue by Oscar-nominated director Amy J. Berg will show people Janis Joplin's story and music through her own words.