Su Rynard's award-winning 'The Messenger', a documentary about the ecological plight of songbirds, comes bearing wisdom-- and a warning-- for all of us.
For this December, if you really want to get into the cheer of the season, why not check out Terese Genecco and her Little Big Band play at the Iridium?
Who was Sappho of the Isle of Lesbos? All we know of this legendary Greek poet comes from historical bits and pieces, fragments of her work, and her name.
There's a proposal to mark June 26 as LGBT Equality Day in the US. Who would have thought that the 26th of June would have such importance?
According to a study done by the University of Essex, women may be bisexual or they may be lesbian, but there's no such thing as a straight woman.
Now there's an interesting idea suggested by former Bond Girl Dame Diana Rigg: why not have a lesbian James Bond who gets to kiss a lot of girls?
Religious Christian schools in the US are pushing the federal government to waive laws that protect the LGBT students using Title IX.
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.