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Jen Richards and Laura Zak wanted to create a different kind of love story with their web series, Her Story. But is that also their own story?

If you're in the Los Angeles area, now's the time to catch the Outfest LA 2016 LGBT Film Festival running from July 7-17 for some good movies.

As the mainstream becomes more accepting of the LGBT, more transgender celebrities are popping up in the public eye. Here are 5 who beat the odds.

Ready your popcorn and your Saturday nights, because we present to you the lesbian Netflix movies and chill version. Which movie is your favorite?

With the dearth of LGBT characters in TV and movies, fans are urging that an iconic character needs a boyfriend: Captain America. Because why the hell not?

GLAAD reports the track record of LGBT visibility in media isn't any better last year with LGBT characters drastically decreased across 2015 films.

The Lexa Pledge wants TV show writers to give a little more forethought, some consideration, and a commitment to the LGBT characters they write about.

The importance of LGBT films can be seen in movies in general and how they shape our lives as we grow up-- and LGBT film awards help bring this about.

It sounds like a murder-mystery, but there's a current trend of lesbian TV characters dying off on the small screen, from The 100 to The Vampire Diaries.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of The Birdcage, the iconic Mike Nichols remake of the 1978 French-Italian comedy film La Cage Aux Folles.