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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.

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.

Chinese actress Anna May Wong, who later became an icon to the gay community, had never married. She had once proclaimed: "I am wedded to my art."

The Stonewall riots is considered the most important catalyst for the gay liberation-- and the jazz singer Stormé DeLarverie may or may not have set it off.

During World War 2, lesbians enlisted in the WAC to contribute to the war effort as their archived letters tell their hidden stories of life and love.

What was the universal appeal of Marlene Dietrich? Here are some interesting facts about the screen goddess who was both manipulative and romantic.

Coming out was never part of a lesbian's vocabulary back then. Here are 4 famous women who couldn't come out of the closet due to society’s homophobia.

History has a long tradition of gay marriage that didn’t follow today's concept of a wedding, but was still recognized by the early Catholic Church.

Struggling for recognition, lesbians celebrated who they were in the cabarets of Europe and the United States before the start of the Second World War.