September is an important turning point, with two major planetary changes of direction that will set the stage for the remainder of this eventful year.
The UN human rights agency has urged the Mexican government to investigate the killing of Mireya Rodríguez Lemus, a Mexican LGBT human rights activist.
Despite the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics because of COVID-19, the Pride House Tokyo LGBTQ information center is set to open by October.
Following LGBTQ political leaders' endorsement of Democratic Party contenders Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, LGBTQ businesss leaders have followed suit.
Singers and later lovers Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney were once a famous double act of the music hall from the 1920s to the 1930s.
A study of extensive surveys has determined that international LGBTQ acceptance is linked to the suicide rates in the LGBTQ communities.
Despite being a superhero-and-horror flick, 'The New Mutants' by Marvel Comics promises an "honest, open lesbian relationship" in the movie.
LGBTQ leaders are supporting Democratic Party nominee Joseph Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris as "the most pro-equality ticket in US history."
UK had its first fully decorated Pride train making its inaugural journey from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly.
Paris in the 1920s rivaled Weimar Berlin with its bohemian, sexually permissive lifestyle, and where the Paris-Lesbos, a vibrant lesbian community, thrived.