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The ILGA has come out with a video on how people can help stop LGBT violence and discrimination, based on the OHCHR's recommendations.

Known for walking on the wild side as well as appearing in Andy Warhol's films, Holly Woodlawn died of cancer last December 6 at the age of 69 in LA.

Who was Sappho of the Isle of Lesbos? All we know of this legendary Greek poet comes from historical bits and pieces, fragments of her work, and her name.

Comedian Bridget McManus' web TV series Maybelle is drawing interest, about a gay woman in the South trying to win her high school love back.

After World War 2, the Daughters of Bilitis was formed by a group of lesbians who wanted to come out with other lesbians.

Almost 35 years since the AIDS virus was first discovered, the perspective of a generation that lived under its shadow is different from today's generation.

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.

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."

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.