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"I couldn’t escape the feeling that there was something different about me."
The former Olympian, who publicly identified as transgender in 2015, said she now sees herself politically as "economically conservative, socially progressive."
"I want to be brave like you," Zachary Ro told the openly gay candidate at a rally in Denver.
"I was born in the wrong body, which means I am transgender," said the 25-year-old makeup artist in an emotional 17-minute post.
A place that had once been so safe and happy became full of anxiety, sadness and fear.
The tech impresario was honored for his LGBTQ advocacy work at the 2019 GLSEN Respect Awards in Los Angeles.
Reflecting on discrimination and stigma, the rapper said that as a boy, he prayed being gay was a phase he'd grow out of.
The film is being hailed as the first movie with a gay teen protagonist to be backed by a major studio.
The actor faced a backlash after deeming questions about his sexuality “intrusive.”
The actor said he'd been “strongly advised” to “stay quiet” about his relationship.
Ellisa said that at Pride, she felt love like she’s “never felt before”. “I saw strangers smile at each other, cheek to cheek
The legendary star reveals why he stayed mum on his sexuality until now.
Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert revealed in a Facebook post Wednesday that she is in love with, and committed to
For a very long time, I thought I was 18 when I lost my virginity. It turns out I was 15. Do not be horrified. In both cases it was consensual and no drugs or alcohol were involved. It's just that I really lost my virginity to another woman.
Despite the positive social changes we've seen in recent years, dealing with sexuality is still a challenging thing for lots of young people today. You can't be what you can't see and I think it is still important to talk about differences in sexuality to break down those feelings of isolation so many LGBTI people feel growing up.