Haley Videckis and Layana White sued Pepperdine University for anti-gay discrimination, and lost — but their fight to be heard is just beginning.
We love their wholesome takes on the word "extra."
Her new special "Happy to Be Here" plays with her public image and our assumptions of how comedy should be.
We wish we could explain what Chris Fleming special is about, but we're pretty sure this dude packed like a thousand jokes into an hour and we feel like we have caught a fraction of them.
The Emmy-winning actress's strong debut has New York Governor Andrew Cuomo scrambling to the left in a heated primary. But can Democratic voters trust a celebrity candidate in the age of Trump?
What's the secret to completely transforming your face? Nose contouring.
In 2015, the last bookstore in the Bronx, a Barnes & Noble, announced it would be closing. That was the last straw for Saraciea Fennell.
From Dallas Buyers Club to Battle of the Sexes to Love, Simon, there are more LGBT films than ever before. But is this progress?
LGBTQ rights and freedom of religious expression are all on the table.
LGBT teachers are being fired, gay history is not being taught and in Canada, gay-straight alliances are under threat — making life even harder for already isolated LGBT students.
My ambivalence toward having a baby is not uncommon, judging from a spate of new motherhood books this year — but as a gay woman, I won't be able to have one without wanting one desperately and consistently.
Consider it the turning point of gay relationships, platonic or otherwise.
Arlan Hamilton, founder and CEO of Backstage Capital, is here to take the cake in Silicon Valley — and she is not stopping for anyone.
If there are two constants in gay culture from the last five years, they'd have to be the lip sync and the Tyra Banks "we were all rooting for you" GIF.
The writer and AIDS activist refused a tidy narrative, even in the face of death.
Screenwriters constantly come back to anatomy, with names and pronouns changing on the basis of what audiences see or know at that moment in the plot.
"Would you rather be a boy or would you rather be a girl?" "I'd rather be a girl."
To say that Chinese media regulators have a backward view of human sexuality would be an understatement.
Alexander Chee considers the ways in which answering the question, "What are you?" turned him into a writer.
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