With only a couple of months leading to the November polls, more LGBTQ women candidates are stepping up to fight for the community's rights.
Chris Williamson, Barbara Higbie, and Teresa Trull bring a mixture of new material and old favorites to the beautiful Plaza de Sol theatre in Northridge on September 30.
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.