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Publishing gay lit in the '80s was like hiding your sexuality in the '50s: it was there but nobody really talked about it. Until Plume came on to the scene.

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.

At the heart of the music that DJ Rebecca and Fiona make is their friendship. It's this, more than anything, that makes the two DJs love what they're doing.

As the best all-female-boot-stompin'-alt-country-rock band in the music scene, Antigone Rising wants to let young girls know that they can rock it, too.

Melissa Ferrick's development as an artist has been long and challenging, but it's all been worth it with the release of her 12th self-titled album.

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.

Richard Dorment of Esquire Magazine talks to 5 transgender women and men who survived through harrowing times to transition and live to tell their stories.

Jessy J is known for her mastery of the saxophone, but she's also a pianist, signer, and songwriter as she blends Latin rhythms and contemporary jazz.

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

An icon in the music scene, Nona Hendryx has been singing and making music for decades. See why Sweet Baby J'ai calls her the quintessential "Funk Mama."