"It really pisses me off."
Data suggests around 5% of American males are predominantly attracted to men, a whole 2% higher than is commonly believed.
"I was not nervous at all."
How does a drag queen on the go own her sexual health?
It’s been two years since the historic Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court ruling. To mark the occasion, we’re sharing marriage stories that remind the world love is love.
Brother, can you spare a smooch?
"I've got your back."
"It's safe to say homosexuality has been part of this world since the earliest primates showed up on the geologic time scale."
"Are you threatening to stab me?"
Atlanta Pride – little more than three months away from hosting its big gay festival – is staffing up and on Tuesday announced the hiring of two employees to help with events and community outreach.
You can proclaim 'GAY PWR' on your license plate, but keep it classy LGBTQ Georgians. The state still bans some gay-related phrases on its vanity plates when they get too sexy or a little too offensive.
A group of corporations and organizations urged a federal appeals court to interpret Title VII of the Civil Rights Act in this way.
President John Magufuli is determined to continue a regime of imprisoning men accused of being gay even if that means losing foreign aid.
We found anti-LGBT sentiments aplenty in our reading of extreme-right sites so you don't have to.
Truth Wins Out declares victory in its battle against "ex-gay therapy."
A look back at 50 years of groundbreaking journalism from a magazine at the forefront of the HIV and AIDS crisis.
The New York Times reports: More than 120 potential jurors in the fraud trial of Martin Shkreli were dismissed Monday, with some calling him “a snake,” “the most hated man in America” and “the face of corporate greed.” Several potential jurors on Monday blamed Mr. Show More Summary