Electronics giant Samsung yanked an advertisement from airing in Singapore and deleted it from online channels shortly after posting it over fears of a backlash...
The National Collegiate Athletic Association has approved new rules affecting the eligibility of transgender athletes to compete on sports teams matching their gender identity. Last...
More than 120 German Catholics have come out as LGBTQ to protest the church's anti-LGBTQ stance
As a gay youth in Kansas, Duke struggled to find his place in the world. As Mr. Mid-Atlantic Leather 2022, he believes he's finally found...
A new study finds "clear evidence" of a biological basis for being gay -- and it depends on how many older male siblings a person...
The Justice Department will argue that a Florida transgender male student barred from the boys' bathroom was a victim of discrimination.
A gay couple was rejected by Christian homeowners, who suggested the men would suffer "eternal fire" for being gay
An amended version of the annual LGBTQ organizing and activist conference Creating Change will be held virtually from March 19-20.
Mexican authorities are continuing to investigate the murder of a lesbian couple who was found tortured, shot and dismembered.
Olly Alexander on his new Years & Years album, performing with legends, and how he’s achieving his own maximum gay potential.
Increasingly regarded as a stand-up standout, Paris Sashay is a D.C. native who puts the “L/B” in LGBTQ.
This week's MWTV features two very different music videos, as well as a thriller-comedy and an intro to Paris Sashay
Olly Alexander takes Years & Years solo, and throws himself into a fantasy of his own making
The expressive animated documentary "Flee" beautifully illustrates the personal and universal struggles of a gay Afghan refugee
From chocolate and wine at the Park Hyatt, to a Kennedy Center dance celebration courtesy of Alvin Ailey.
Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the landmark 2015 Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage across the country, is running for a seat i...
The CEO of an LGBTQ travel company has accused the New York Times of "homophobia" for an article on the risk of COVID-19 on gay...
Brigham Young University has restricted where students may hold demonstrations and is threatening to discipline critical students.
South Carolina lawmakers delay vote on a "right of refusal" bill over fears it will be used against people not vaccinated against COVID-19.
California has become the first state in the nation to require insurance to cover the costs of at-home STI tests.