After years as the publisher at the City Paper, Amy Austin took on a new role in life: Supporting the city's incredible theater community.
Cartoonist Alison Bechdel couldn't have sketched out a more successful career if she'd tried
25 years after the publication of Sexual Personae, Camille Paglia shows no signs of being any less controversial
But she's not going down without a fight.
The State of Florida has settled a lawsuit with two same-sex couples who were denied accurate birth certificates for their children because of the state’s...
Stephen Bannon made the comment to explain his theory why progressives hate conservative women
Women in Their Twenties (and Thirties) hopes to counter the dwindling number of events geared toward queer women
Law requires women to prove they are infertile by having sex with a man, even if they have a doctor's diagnosis
As she heads with Neko Case and Laura Veirs to D.C., k.d. Lang reflects on the making of their one -- and only -- collaboration
Exquisite, masterful and thoughtful, Carol is a pinnacle achievement for director Todd Haynes
Suzanne Westenhoefer paved the way for the latest generation of female comics to be fully out in their careers
Was P.L. Travers, the author of Mary Poppins, bisexual?
Freeheld wants to make you weep, but it can't rise to the legacy of the woman it triumphs
This past summer, Wanda Sykes paid tribute to the LGBT pioneers who paved the way for her success a half-century later. “I didn’t even know...
Frankie & Betty is ready to show off its electric new sound at Phazefest