It's been a year since the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history scarred countless lives and shook the city's gay community to its core.
The "Milk" screenwriter offered his reasons to pause and consider the ongoing stories behind the LGBT nightclub tragedy.
All over the internet, responses to the Pulse nightclub tragedy have been painfully moving Here are just some of the most powerful tributes -- in the form of videos, photos and written pieces -- we found All over the internet, responses to the Pulse nightclub tragedy have been painfully moving.
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.
"When my mother was angry with me, which was often," writes Jeanette Winterson in her new memoir "Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?," "she said, 'The devil led us to the wrong crib.' "Jeanette Winterson's novels circle round the same themes—the power of story and mythmaking, the fluidity of gender, monstrous mothers and the loss of love.
It appears that the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is taking the direct approach in responding to Hollywood studios' less-than-enlightened portrayals of GLBTQ characters and use of certain slang terms, but we're not entirely sure that the watchdog organization is "Hollywood's Latest Bully," as The Wrap suggested Tuesday.
The 2008 election brought America the first black president and a Democratic House and Senate but was not good for the gays, to say the least, with the passage of Proposition 8 in California This time around, the tables have turned (continued).
None other than Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has jumped aboard the "It Gets Better" train, delivering a video pep talk to young Americans struggling with issues of sexuality and discrimination and urging them to look forward to a better future.