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George Takei's experience in World War 2 has been turned into a musical, set to be launched at the Longacre Theatre on Broadway in New York on November 8.
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.
What do you do if you're lonely? If you're the world-famous singer Adele and you've got a new song, you pick up the phone and call
Killjoy's Kastle, a lesbian feminist haunted house, is a "sex positive, trans inclusive, queer lesbian-feminist-fear-fighting celebration" of Halloween.
Baltimore-based Chase Brexton has launched an initiative to help care for aging LGBT who live alone while providing valuable resources to LGBT caregivers.
It’s about time Troye Sivan released a full-length album. His debut album, Blue Neighborhood, is set to be released worldwide on December 4.
SAMHSA has come out with a report calling for an end to conversion therapy, which supposedly targets minors' sexual orientation and gender identity.
11 artists are the lucky recipients of the Queer/Art/Mentorship 2015-2016 Fellowship program that pairs and supports mentorship among LGBTQI artists in NYC.
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.