As the NFL's first openly LGBT coach and the second full-time female coach, Katie Sowers is breaking boundaries with the San Francisco 49ers.
The Edith Windsor legacy lives on despite the passing of the feisty LGBT activist at the age of 88 who fought for the right to marriage of same-sex couples.
While St. Vincent gets a lot of press about her relationships with celebrities like Kristen Stewart and Cara Delevingne, it's her music that should matter.
As the first woman and openly gay leader in the Balkans, Ana Brnabic is Serbia's newest prime minister. But some fear she's been appointed to fail.
Photographer Berenice Abbott is known for capturing the ever-changing face of New York City with her camera at a time when it was undergoing rapid change.
At the forefront of the first LGBT rights liberation movement before the Nazis and World War 2 came was the Scientific-Humanitarian Committee of Germany.
Valerie Solanas was one of the more colorful examples of lesbian history, being a radical feminist who later shot the artist Andy Warhol.
When it was illegal to be gay in London, rebel dykes made a home and a community for themselves in women-only squats throughout the city in the 1980s.
Activist Angeline Jackson decided to reclaim her life and organize for queer women in Jamaica after she had been sexually assaulted for being a lesbian.
The poet Elizabeth Bishop was a perfectionist with regard to her poems, but secretive with her love for other women-- though she loved well, indeed.