2018 may still be far away but this only means you have enough time to prepare to see the 2018 NYC Winter Jazzfest in New York City this January.
Make your summer even more fantastic with food, drinks, and dancing with beautiful women at the Women On A Roll's 22nd Anniversary Summer Soirée.
Celebrate with the LGBTQ community around the world by checking out Buenos Aires' biggest annual LGBTQ party, the BA Diversa Festival, in Argentina.
If you're looking for some art and culture in your life, you can't go wrong by heading down to Key West's LGBT cultural festival with Cuba.
There will be a lot of Pride and LGBT flags flying high at the marches during Pride month. Here's handy guide on some of the flags and what they mean.
It's now official: the iconic LA Pride Parade for this year will be a protest march in solidarity with the upcoming National Pride March on June 11.
A group composed of LGBT veterans will be allowed to march during Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade after organizers backtracked on barring them.
Three special guests will be hitting the stage at the Dinah Shore Weekend 2017 in Palm Springs: DJ Keala Kennelly, Lady Cultura, and Lizzo!
Mark January 21 on your calendar next year with the national Women's March in Washington, DC massive protest scheduled after the Trump inauguration.
As the globe marks World Human Rights Day, it's hard to believe that it wasn't long ago that LGBT rights weren't officially considered as human rights.