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Netflix's new film, "The Half of It," takes on the classic story of Cyrano de Bergerac and gives it a queer twist for LGBTQ teens for all the feels.
Coming out this April 29, a new Netflix documentary, 'A Secret Love.' is about a lesbian couple's heartwarming love story spanning more than 65 years.
With the release of her 111th book, children's author Jacqueline Wilson has publicly come out by confirming her happy life with her partner of 18 years.
If you're stuck at home because of the coronavirus, may we suggest the Netflix lesbian romance comedy series, "Feel Good," starring Mae Martin for watching?
Netflix's "I Am Not Okay With This" has a girl dealing with the usual problems of being a teenager. Also, she's queer and she has superpowers.
A reboot of a kid's TV cartoon show, "Clifford the Big Red Dog," with 2 lesbian moms has an evangelical right-wing Christian group outraged.
As an LN exclusive, author Emily L. Quint Freeman offers an excerpt from her book, "Failure to Appear: Resistance, Identity and Loss, A Memoir."
Lady Gaga raised US$150 million through "One World: Together at Home," a music special in support of healthcare workers and the WHO.
The remaining lesbian bars in the US are feeling the brunt of of being shut down due to COVID-19 to the point that none may survive afterwards.
DIVA has launched Lesbian Visibility Week in the UK to celebrate lesbians and show solidarity with every woman in the LGBTQ community around the world.
The National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals believes that LGBT homeownerships is up as more LGBT married couples buy homes.
As the world continues to shut down because of the coronavirus outbreak, the organizers of London Pride for this year has postponed their event.
The Wellbeing Index has revealed the most LGBT-friendly cities in the world and Iceland's capital, Reykjavik, tops the list.
Lesbians, gays, and bisexuals generally have positive experience with online dating, but their negative experience range from harassment to threats.
The spread of COVID-19 has shut down US colleges, raising the risk of LGBTQ domestic abuse for queer students who don't consider home a safe place.
Queer Voices Heard and The Trevor Project assessed the COVID-19 social impact on LGBTQ communities to determine how the pandemic would affect them.
New research has found that gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens have higher risk of experiencing physical and sexual abuse as compared to their straight peers.
A surgical trainee named Greta McLachlan in the UK is recording her coronavirus experience via videos on Twitter so that people can learn.