If you're lucky enough to be in the area, there are a couple of LGBTQ filmfests that you might want to check out in the coming weeks.
Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke out against President Donald Trump and his bullying of the LGBT community. at the dinner organized by the Human Rights Campaign.
Raquel Pennington. is kicking, punching, and wrestling her way on the road to the UFC championship. Here's a look at this fantastic MMA fighter.
Lucy and Gail of the famed Palm Springs Women Jazz Festival are celebrating their 15th Anniversary with a party in Las Vegas and everyone's invited!
Chicago's LGBT community lost a leading light last week with the passing of Marcia Lipetz at the age of 71 due to cancer.
With only a couple of months leading to the November polls, more LGBTQ women candidates are stepping up to fight for the community's rights.
Chris Williamson, Barbara Higbie, and Teresa Trull bring a mixture of new material and old favorites to the beautiful Plaza de Sol theatre in Northridge on September 30.
Ani DiFranco is spearheading a New York effort to encourage the community to go out and vote through a concert called "Babefest."
Taking six years to film, Gail Freedman's documentary "Hot to Trot" is a labor of love, detailing the inside world of same-sex ballroom dancing.
Our favorite UFC Champ Amanda Nunes is set to claim the featherweight title from current titleholder, Cris Justino, in the first women's MMA superfight.