As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the world, global LGBTQ groups are preparing for the impact of the coronavirus to protect their communities.
With the release of her 111th book, children's author Jacqueline Wilson has publicly come out by confirming her happy life with her partner of 18 years.
WWE Superstar and mixed martial artist Sonya Deville is bringing LGBTQ representation to the world of American professional wrestling.
LGBTQ activist Phyllis Lyon, who co-founded the Daughters of Bilitis, has died at the age of 95 from natural causes at her San Francisco home.
As an LN exclusive, author Emily L. Quint Freeman offers an excerpt from her book, "Failure to Appear: Resistance, Identity and Loss, A Memoir."
The Southern Poverty Law Center warned that the number of anti-LGBTQ hate groups are up by 43 percent in 2019, from 49 in 2018 to 70 last year.
While most Americans regard Harvey Milk as the first elected openly gay official, it was actually out lesbian and activist Kathy Kozachenko.
As 2020 continues, we have an unprecedented chance to find out who we really are with the challenge of finding our self-worth and foster self-acceptance.
Queer Voices Heard and The Trevor Project assessed the COVID-19 social impact on LGBTQ communities to determine how the pandemic would affect them.
Singapore upholds the criminalization of homosexuality based on the 1938 anti-gay colonial law when the country was still under British rule.