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Challenging authoritarianism starts with powerful works of resistance art, writes playwright Oliver Mayer, who channels gay writer Federico García Lorca in his new production.
During a dispute over a noise complaint, KB Home CEO Jeffrey Mezger called Griffin the c word and more.
Homophobic ads — and demonstrations like a Straight Lives Matter rally — have been undermining support for same-sex marriage.
Violence breaks out on the Atlanta campus as lawyers debate the use of force in Scout Schultz's killing.
The tennis champ famous for her anti-LGBT views says same-sex marriage will destroy all major holidays.
Blowback from Trump's hostile golf ball GIF —which targeted Hillary Clinton — keeps reverberating.
Scottie Nell Hughes filed suit Monday making the claims against Charles Payne and Fox News Channel.
Attorney Jennifer Levi, who's suing the president on behalf of GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders, on why she's confident Trump will lose.
More leading health experts and organizations endorse "Undetectable = Untransmittable."
The trans whisteblower was offered a fellowship at Harvard before a conservative outcry helped yank it away. It wasn't the right job for her to begin with, writes former service member Amanda Kerri.
It's almost as though they know nothing about 9 to 5 or her support of her LGBT fans.
Moore used offensive terms for Native Americans and Asian-Americans at a Sunday rally.
The shooting death of Scout Schultz continues to reverberate.
Tamblyn said James Woods hit on her when she was 16. He called her a liar, but she won't be silenced.
L.A.'s Roosterfish — which opened in the Jimmy Carter-era — left a huge void when it closed last year. But against all odds, it's coming back.
Jann Wenner hopes to remain involved with the magazine, which has “helped guide, and define, a generation,” as The New York Times notes.
Lying for a vindictive, incompetent president is not something to celebrate, according to many media watchers.