The iconic D.C. leather bar, which filed for bankruptcy in June, is auctioning off its tradename and logo.
MAL is one of the LGBTQ leather community's oldest, most cherished, and popular annual events.
Newly-dedicated state park will feature large-scale art installations commemorating Johnson's life and legacy
Third Rail stages an immersive work at the Folger that is as eye-opening as it is delicious
Whitman-Walker's 40-year history is inextricably linked to that of both the LGBTQ community and the larger D.C. community.
Raffi Freedman-Gurspan gives the LGBT community a voice in the White House -- that could change under Trump
DC Black Pride offers a time to reunite and celebrate with old acquaintances
Rainbow History Project is looking to restore episodes of America's longest-running gay radio program
L.M. Elliott's new novel tells of a 15th century Italian girl who takes up residence in the National Gallery of Art
The Publisher of the Philadelphia Gay News has long been a gay activist
Was P.L. Travers, the author of Mary Poppins, bisexual?
The first AIDS Vigil happened in San Francisco in 1985
A timeline of significant moments in the transgender movement.
When Joseph Israel Lobdell passed away in 1912 at the Binghamton State Hospital, his death went largely unnoticed. Joe, as he was known, was 82...
Celebrating forgotten heroes, incredible progress and inspiring leaders in LGBT History