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The playwright María Irene Fornés was a Cuban-American queer woman with a 40-year career had influenced other writers even as she blazed a trail of her own.

Actress Clea DuVall wanted to see more LGBTQ stories and characters on screen, so she decided to create her own by writing and producing LGBTQ movies.

Jinx Beers, founder of The Lesbian News and a community activist for more than 40 years, died on October 4 at the age of 84.

Lesbian mom Angie Craig was elected to Minnesota's 2nd congressional district after defeating incumbent Republican Jason Lewis. This is her story.

The Welsh artist Gwen John is not as well-known as her other male contemporaries. Fortunately, John is now receiving the recognition due to her work.

Kate Brown was re-elected to the position of Oregon governorship, reinstating her position as the first bisexual governor of the United States.

Sharice Davids made history when she won the race for a Kansas congressional district against incumbent GOP Rep. Kevin Yoder. But who is she really?

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recent accident shows the importance of her standing in a Supreme Court that may soon be filled with conservative justices.

The first LGBT video game was made in 1989, thanks to a computer designer named CM Ralph who made "Caper in the Castro," and featured a lesbian detective.

Cheryl Dunye was part of the 1990's "queer new wave" of young film and and video makers, documenting both the present and the history of lesbians.