The Supreme Court Will Judge Employers' Shady Excuses for Firing LGBTQ People

Three major cases headed to the Supreme Court tomorrow could finally make it illegal to discriminate against LGBTQ people in all 50 states.


Gay Teens Say Gyro Restaurant Worker Told Them 'Their Kind' Was Not Welcome

“He followed up his remarks by saying if it was a guy and a girl hugging that would be OK, but not two guys—you can’t have any of that here."


Cops and Corporations Aren’t Welcome at This Radical Alternative to NYC’s Pride Parade

A coalition of LGBTQ groups announced the countermarch on Tuesday in front of the Stonewall Inn.


Mayor Pete is dealing with homophobic attacks. He knew they were coming.

“The good news is, the condition of my soul is in the hands of God, but the Iowa caucuses are up to you," he said in response to one incident.


"How dare him": Chicago officials are livid about Jussie Smollett

Chicago officials were blindsided — and infuriated — by the news that all the charges were being dropped against him.


Karen Pence is "excited" to be teaching at a school that doesn't allow LGBTQ students or teachers

The school's "parent agreement" and employment application ban homosexuality.


When I Came Out, I Wasn’t Ready for the Judgment That Came from Within the Community

Why would a group of people who have historically experienced so much shame and stigma from society dole out that same kind of punishment to each other?


The Best Thing on TV This Year Was: 'Pose'

The pilot episode of FX's groundbreaking series took us to 80s New York's ball scene and gave us the best dance audition since 'Flashdance.'


This Soap Opera Actor Came Out as Gay in the Most Daytime TV Way Possible

Actor Thom Bierdz lets it all hang out in his memoir 'Young, Gay & Restless.'


I Binged All the ‘Harry Potter’ Movies and Yes, They Are Gay as Hell

"Let’s get these Horcruxes, bitches!"


I Went to the 'First Nudist Club Night' in Paris

I highly recommend getting naked in a nightclub—as long as everyone else is, too.


The “gay panic” defense for murder could be on its way out

Right now, 47 states allow someone charged with murder to claim they should be held less accountable because of their victim's sexual orientation or gender identity.