Comedian Bridget McManus' web TV series Maybelle is drawing interest, about a gay woman in the South trying to win her high school love back.
It doesn't surprise us that after it had been adapted, the movie Carol recently received the Best Picture Award from the New York Film Critics Circle.
After World War 2, the Daughters of Bilitis was formed by a group of lesbians who wanted to come out with other lesbians.
Marvel TV's Jessica Jones is taking television by storm, but it's a supporting character we're more interested in, a lesbian lawyer named Jeri Hogarth.
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Almost 35 years since the AIDS virus was first discovered, the perspective of a generation that lived under its shadow is different from today's generation.
For the holidays, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association has released their second 10 best LGBTQA films list. Is your favorite on the list?
Rock icon David Bowie has constantly re-invented himself throughout the decades, this time as co-playwright for his play Lazarus. So what's it all about?
From Washington, DC to New York and Los Angeles, The Danish Girl is making a splash as film reels start rolling in movie houses throughout the US.
When playwright Larry Kramer decided to use his anger against discrimination and AIDS, he created a paradigm shift in how the world saw the virus.