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Congress is ready to vote on the Equality bill that would protect the LGBTQ community. But President Trump is intent on blocking it.
Ratings company Nielsen has released their survey tracking the viewing habits of LGBTQ households and the big winner is-- no surprise-- "Game of Thrones."
The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival is set to take place this April in New York and there's a number of LGBTQ short films showing that you can watch.
Looking for movies to watch from around the world? You can't go wrong with these lesbian foreign films: "Rafiki" and "How I Felt When I Saw That Girl."
"Bohemian Rhapsody" has been pulled from the GLAAD Media Awards in the wake of sexual assault and misconduct allegations against director Bryan Singer.
Guest writer Vanda takes a look at how the LGBT survived in Hollywood under the sinister 'morality clause,' and also gives us a peek at her latest novel.
A number of celebrities led by Ellen DeGeneres called for a Brunei boycott over the country's new criminal law punishing same-sex sexual acts.
"Gaysper," a gay ghost emoji, went viral on Twitter thanks to a Spanish far-right group. The LGBTQ community were only happy to reclaim the symbol.
Canada, with Portugal and Sweden, have been voted as most LGBTQ-friendly countries for travel, according to the gay-oriented Spartacus Travel Guide.
Disney is celebrating the first-ever official LGBT Pride event in June of this year with "Magical Pride," but you have to fly all the way to Paris, France.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is not going to collect LGBTQ youth data and LGBT equality groups are up in arms about it.
A study has determined that older transgender adults attain a better quality of life after receiving gender-affirming medical treatment.
Gathering data is hard enough when you're trying to do LGBT teen health studies and your subjects are afraid to open up without having trolls around.
A study noted that even with healthcare insurance coverage, lesbians, gays, and bisexuals in California are delaying health care concerns.
As if we don't have enough to worry about the many things affecting our health, a study shows that states' religious freedom laws may also have an effect.