Ani DiFranco is spearheading a New York effort to encourage the community to go out and vote through a concert called "Babefest."
Taking six years to film, Gail Freedman's documentary "Hot to Trot" is a labor of love, detailing the inside world of same-sex ballroom dancing.
Our favorite UFC Champ Amanda Nunes is set to claim the featherweight title from current titleholder, Cris Justino, in the first women's MMA superfight.
A US federal appeals court ruled in favor of Marsha Wetzel, who sued a senior living center for not protecting her against harassment from other tenants.
September opens a doorway to progress! If your motivation and get-up-and-go got up and went, you’ll start to feel more inspired this month.
Sixteen states want the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision that says workplace anti-discrimination laws cover transgender workers as well.
Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona, who recently passed away, was an opponent in the fight for LGBT equality. But he later became a reluctant advocate.
An LGBT veterans monument that was first set up in 2001 in Cathedral City, California has become the first state memorial in the US.
It's a pleasant surprise indeed that an LGBTQ magistrate, Judge Mary Rowland, has been chosen by the Trump administration. Here's the low down on her.
As the world lost another light with the passing of pop and jazz diva Aretha Franklin, the LGBT community lost another ally and icon.