There’s good news this month, as Mercury, the planet of communication, will go direct on May 3, 2017, after being in retrograde for the past weeks.
In Lucy J. Madison's make-believe satire series of unlikely lesbian romances, can close friends Nicole and Reese find Happily Ever After
Margarethe Cammermeyer was a nurse and a soldier who spoke out against the discrimination that made LGBT people serving in the US military invisible.
Queer baiting is the newest form of homophobia wrapped up in gold and sprinkled with glitter that we can watch on TV and movie screens.
Jane Addams won the Nobel Prize for her social work. But her philanthropic efforts was also tied up to her relationship with other women.
Monarchy has always been ripe with LGBTQ royalty who never hid their love for their fellow men and women despite the judgement cast against them.
In a time when the US census doesn't want to talk LGBT, a survey said more people are willing to come out with their sexual orientation to their doctors.
YouTube recently brought down a hailstorm on itself when it seemed like they targeted LGBTQ video content. Was it accidental or intentional?
Hillary Clinton spoke out against the Trump administration attacks on the LGBT people, warning that progress on LGBT rights could be rolled back.
Considered the mother of LGBT history, Dr. Lillian Faderman wrote a number of LGBT history books sourced by many scholars and academicians.