We're getting better representation on the small screen thanks to more LGBTQ TV characters appearing this year.
Pop singer Miley Cyrus has backtracked on remarks that implied sexual orientation was a choice after the LGBTQ community slammed her for it.
It's hard to imagine that Ellen DeGeneres and George W. Bush would be actual friends. But after pictures showed up online, it almost broke the Internet.
A classical music event at the Carnegie Hall was cancel when it was discovered that the US-based organizer was connected to a far-right newspaper in Poland.
Pop star and LGBTQ ally Taylor Swift showed why she has the back of the LGBTQ community when she recently won the coveted Video of the Year at the VMAs.
The film "Adam" with its transgender director and LGBTQ cast is dividing the community because of the movie's controversial source. Will you watch it?
Get a chance to see a classic of LGBTQ films with French director Jacqueline Audry's "Olivia" movie getting the 4k restoration treatment.
Lady Gaga made an appearance at New York City's 50th Stonewall anniversary celebration, giving the LGBTQ community an emotional speech of her commitment.
The documentary "Queering the Script" looks at TV shows that made the LGBTQ fan community, from "Xena: Warrior Princess" to "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
More gay and lesbian characters are appearing on the big screen with last year's batch of movies having the most, according to a report released by GLAAD.