Viaggio Estate & Winery’s owners said their policy has changed after receiving backlash. But Alexandria Biddle and Dezanea Reyes are moving on.
The Indiana mayor revealed that he came out after his deployment in Afghanistan: "I was not interested in not knowing what it was like to be in love any longer."
Many believe a pending federal lawsuit filed by the Alliance Defending Freedom could have greater implications for LGBTQ people if the ban isn't lifted.
Adam Eli hopes the video will help people take action against violence targeting LGBTQ communities.
The 2020 presidential candidate's virtual "appearance" also drew attention to violence against transgender people.
One of the African nation's religious leaders urged authorities to enact strong laws against same-sex relations.
McKrae Game, who founded South Carolina's Hope for Wholeness in 1999, has apologized for being "a religious zealot that hurt people."
Cindy Barshop said her 9-year-old, Jesse, had a "poignant" response to comments about trans kids made by Lopez, who has since apologized.
Lawmakers and media personalities remade "You Need To Calm Down" in response to a rise in homophobia and transphobia in Poland.
“There are plenty of reasons to eat cake,” writer Jenna Karvunidis said. “You can pick one that doesn’t reinforce an attitude of harm toward members of the LGBTQ community.”
These photos of loving parents at Pride events are very moving.
In "What Happened After Stonewall," the “Amazing Race” star and activist looks back on the "passionate revolutionaries" who fought for equality.
The singer laid into the Russian president, who claimed his country had no problems with gays, even though "Rocketman" was heavily censored.
Following the release of the short documentary feature “Here For This Reason,” Stanley Stellar sits down with Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss photographing decades of gay life in New York City.
"This is who we are. This is what life looked like," explains photographer Stanley Stellar.
The Indiana religious school discriminates against LGBTQ people while receiving millions in taxpayer dollars.
The actor, soon to be seen in Netflix's "Locke & Key," said accepting his authentic self “took me years” and remains an “ongoing” process.
From Burberry to Chanel, these designers have shown their support for the queer community at their fashion shows.