If you missed the Drag Race finale, Justice Kennedy’s retirement announcement or this week’s other big headlines, don’t worry — we got you covered
A 42-year-old activist and one-time TV anchor Anton Krasovsky is running to become Moscow’s mayor. But can Russian’s only gay politician actually win?
There’s a racist Facebook group called Muscle Bear whose entry questions tell Asian and African men that they’ll be blocked from joining
Dan Broughton, a member of Queen Elizabeth II’s Household Cavalry, has a gay porn past as Danny Diesel, and thankfully no one’s batting an eyelash over it.
The city of Uppsala, Sweden is opening an LGBT-certified arena that’ll host sports and entertainment events, but what the heck does that even mean?
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court told the Washington State Supreme Court to re-consider its ruling against an anti-gay florist who refused a gay couple in 2013
Margaret Cho’s bisexuality has long featured into her comedy routines and public persona, but even still she says many people don’t really accept it.
U.S. military HIV policies differ wildly from person to person. But despite the confusion, these lawyers are sure of one thing: They’re all discriminatory
These 5 Pose trans actresses all have incredible stories of overcoming abuse, poverty and discrimination to become groundbreaking TV stars
If you were disappointed by last week’s Supreme Court ruling on Masterpiece Cakeshop, keep an eye on the case of Arlene’s flowers — it’s almost identical
The Masterpiece Cakeshop Yelp page has become full of one-star reviews following the anti-gay owner’s Supreme Court victory. Let’s take a look
These 10 reactions to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case provide insights into what a future ruling on LGBTQ rights might hold