With the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announcing the choices for the best of 2017, there are 5 LGBTQ Oscar nominations that we're glad to hear about.
The New York City Anti-Violence Project's Crisis of Hate report detailed an upsurge in anti-LGBTQ killings of 86 percent in 2017 due to Trump's climate of fear.
Lambda Legal criticized the Trump administration for pushing a refusal policy in the creation of a new federal office that would support health care workers who discriminate.
While many in the LGBTQ community fought to gain us equal rights, Leslie Feinberg fought for the rights of all oppressed-- from blue-collar workers to those who fell through the cracks.
We can all aspire to be witty and acerbic, but there can only be one Fran Lebowitz, the considered heir to Dorothy Parker.
In the freewheelin' 1960s, singer-songwriter Lesley Gore never had to pretend she was straight despite the homophobic music industry because she knew "no one owned her."
Anna Paquin's "Bellevue" is a crime drama about a police officer investigating the disappearance of a transgender teen. Is there an LGBT audience for this?
A study of the church groups in the United States reveal that none of the US megachurches are welcoming of the LGBTQ community or have LGBTQ-affirming policies,
The British-born French poet Renée Vivien's hedonistic lifestyle drove her to an early end, but not before she left her mark for her love for other women and her poetry about lesbianism.
Almost going unnoticed last week was President Donald Trump firing the remaining 16 members of the national AIDS council before the year ended.