The "Milk" screenwriter offered his reasons to pause and consider the ongoing stories behind the LGBT nightclub tragedy.
A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that women are far more likely to identify as bisexual—and it cuts across racial lines.
On Sunday's "Last Week Tonight" show, John Oliver took on LGBT discrimination, pointing out that 31 states still do not have anti-discrimination laws in place and saying this makes it “surprisingly easy for people to be fired, evicted or refused service just because they are gay."
Remember when President Obama wasn't making the strongest case for securing the civil rights of LGBT Americans and wouldn't, for example, come out in favor of gay marriage? Looks like things are a bit different for our 2015-edition POTUS.
Former diner server Ash Beckham uses a story about a child frankly questioning her gender to talk about the necessity that bears upon everyone -- gay and straight alike -- of having difficult conversations.
Kyrsten Sinema will represent the good people of Phoenix in the House after emerging victorious from an election-night squeaker. And thanks to the 36-year-old former state senator, the next Congress will feature its first openly bisexual member, as well as its first lesbian senator and first openly LGBT person of color.
Clearly Barack Obama and his legion of inauguration planners have registered the gay community's dismay over the selection of the Rev. Rick Warren to deliver the inaugural invocation on Jan. 20, as Obama has tapped the openly gay Bishop Gene Robinson to lead the prayer session at an event two days prior.
The United States is in far worse shape when it comes to HIV infection rates than researchers previously thought, according to a new study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that attributes the whopping 40 percent adjustment to more precise research methods.