When reggae queen Diana King proclaimed herself as a lesbian on Facebook in 2012, her stance resounded loudly through the social media world.
Sara Josephine Baker was a lesbian physician who not only saved 90,000 children through her innovative ideas but also revolutionized US public health care.
Who hasn't been fascinated with mythology from all over the world? What's more, who here hasn't looked up possible myths about lesbian goddesses?
As the nation marks the tragedy of the September 11 attacks, we remember the 9/11 LGBT heroes who gave their lives so that others may live.
The story of the San Antonio Four was reminiscent of the Salem witch hunts that targeted the "Other." The documentary 'Southwest by Salem' is their story.
As an LGBT ally, actress Natasha Lyonne shot to fame in Orange is the New Black and is the latest among a number of lesbian icons who are straight.
When NASA astronaut Sally Ride died at the age of 61, her obituary revealed that she was also a lesbian-- making her the first lesbian astronaut in space.
Lambda Legal is fighting for LGBT seniors like Marsha Wetzel, who has been facing discrimination while living at a retirement facility in Illinois.
Clementine Ford of The L Word fame caused a bit of a stir a few years back when she tried to define her sexual fluidity on her own terms.
Despite her depression and alcoholism, Patricia Highsmith contributed incomparable creations like Carol Aird and Tom Ripley to American literature.