December 2019 ends with a meaningful message from the Universe. Wake up! It’s time for a breakthrough in our consciousness.
Wet For Her novelty sex-toy brand for the worldwide queer women-centric community proudly celebrates 10 years with a chance to win one of her top selling toy, The Rock Her.
Phyllis Lyon, the pioneering lesbian and civil rights activist, celebrated her 95th birthday last November 10 and showed that she's still going on strong.
About 200 students walked out of class at a Catholic high school after BuzzFeed News revealed how the school harassed lesbian student Magali Rodriguez.
While a queer teen love story wasn't in the original book, Netflix's adaptation of "Let It Snow" has introduced this storyline in the Christmas teen romcom.
US soccer star Megan Rapinoe cited football quarterback Colin Kaepernick during her acceptance speech as one of Glamour magazine's Women of the Year.
The "rainbow wave" made itself felt at the polls again with almost half of the LGBTQ candidates that ran in the 2019 state and local elections winning.
We're getting better representation on the small screen thanks to more LGBTQ TV characters appearing this year.
While most of the US is worried about the upcoming 2020 presidential election, LGBTQ adults are also worried about discrimination.
The Trump administration will allow taxpayer-funded adoption agencies to refuse LGBTQ families to adopt from them because of religious objections.