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Among the many lesbian who're making an impact on history today, Rachel Maddow is the first openly gay anchor to host a major prime-time US news program.

In a time when they couldn't be open about themselves, Marion Morgan and Dorothy Arzner were fortunate enough to find each other.

Library resource provider Gale has placed the largest digital archive on LGBT history and culture, the Archives of Human Sexuality and Identity, online.

Aside from Bessie Smith, here are six more lesbian blues singers who've made an impact on American music history, including Ma Rainey and Billie Holliday.

The NYC Pride march had an unexpected guest on Sunday with Democrat Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton making a brief appearance.

The US Supreme Court legalized gay marriage-- a milestone that was celebrated around the world. A year later, what is the state of LGBT equality in America?

The Pride movement has collected a number of LGBT symbols throughout the years. Do you know what they mean and when they were first used?

Who is the playwright Odalys Nanin? This Cuban-born, American-raised Renaissance woman is also an actress, director, and owner of the West LA Macha Theatre.

This Father's Day, here are some tips on how to make your old man understand and accept that you're a lesbian and a member of the LGBT community.

In 19th century America, it was not uncommon for two single women to live together, independent of men. This arrangement was called a Boston marriage.