A number of celebrities led by Ellen DeGeneres called for a Brunei boycott over the country's new criminal law punishing same-sex sexual acts.
Pop star Taylor Swift gave US$113,000 to support the Tennessee Equality Project in their battle against the anti-LGBT bills called the "Slate of Hate."
Fans in the LGBTQ community are in an uproar over the cancellation of the Netflix show "One Day at a Time," which told intersectional inclusive stories.
The 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival is set to take place this April in New York and there's a number of LGBTQ short films showing that you can watch.
Looking for movies to watch from around the world? You can't go wrong with these lesbian foreign films: "Rafiki" and "How I Felt When I Saw That Girl."
Iconic pop star Madonna is set to receive the prestigious Advocate for Change Award at the 30th GLAAD Media Awards, which is set for May 4 in New York City.
"Bohemian Rhapsody" has been pulled from the GLAAD Media Awards in the wake of sexual assault and misconduct allegations against director Bryan Singer.
Comedian Kevin Hart is among those who made celebrity apologies in 2018 after his homophobic tweets surfaced. Cue lack of sincerity and doubling down.
Ryan Murphy, one of TV's biggest producers, has had enough of anti-LGBTQ politicians and will launch a multi million dollar initiative against them.
Of the Netflix shows that presently feature LGBT themes and characters, the rebooted She-Ra cartoon series is one that we've now come to love.