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"Checking in at the main office, we were greeted by a shirtless innkeeper. When he stepped out from behind the counter, I realised he was completely nude."
Owners of The Stud promised to hold a "drag funeral" to mark the "end of an era" for LGBTQ nightlife in the California city.
The singer sparked backlash for comments about her sexuality on Instagram Live with new boyfriend Cody Simpson.
Cory says he is 'deeply concerned about national security implications'.
Look after yourself, your friends and your family on Wednesday.
After all these years, Jonathan's carers started to wonder why he wasn't producing any offspring...
Mental health organisations are pleading with the government to show more concern for the negative impact from the postal survey.
Same-sex weddings at sea, in international waters.
Rugby league, union, AFL, cricket, soccer and more are backing the push.
Research shows more than half of all LGBTQ people hide their true identity at work.
Gay teacher Nikos Giannopoulos’ displayed his LGBTQ pride as he sported a rainbow pin and clutched a lacy fan in an official
To many Americans, Russian President Vladimir Putin may be one of the world’s most enigmatical leaders. But he doesn’t appear
"He's a gay character, it's 2017 for f--- sake."
In what’s become a tradition of sorts, Coca-Cola serves up the beefcake in its latest commercial. This time around, however
In what’s become a tradition of sorts, Coca-Cola serves up the beefcake in its latest commercial. This time around, however
'We're praying to the glitter gods,' organisers say in the face of a drenching.
George Michael helped me and others learn how to own and treasure a different kind of communion.
It's nearly 20 years since Simon Hunt revolutionised political parody by nailing Pauline Hanson.
‘When it comes to censorship, it’s important that the LGBT+community comes together to show that words, particularly our words, matter.’
For decades, we were obsessed with the private mysteries of men. And so we jailed them. We harmed them. And, in turn, they harmed themselves.