The "Rocket Man" singer told British GQ he wished he'd "been invited to the party more" when it came to Disney's photorealistic remake of the 1994 classic.
The "Captain Marvel" actor wound up a guest star in one fan's proposal to his boyfriend — and the photos are pure magic.
Daphne Dorman, 44, was thanked in the credits of "Sticks & Stones," which premiered in August.
"He couldn't seem to cope with adult company at all," the "Rocket Man" singer wrote of Jackson in his memoir, "Me."
The "Pose" actor will star in Sony's new take on the classic fairy tale. Fellow stage and screen veteran Idina Menzel is also said to be joining the cast.
The former One Direction star is caressed by both women and men in the video, leading many to interpret it as a statement about his sexuality.
Queer people share the words of wisdom they wish they could go back in time and give their younger selves.
The queen enlists Bobby Moynihan for "Lisa Frankenstein," and wants to remind fans Halloween is "another Pride" for LGBTQ people to "strut our stuff."
Families in my country would rather live with the grief of a dead child than the shame of having a gay son and brother.
The CNN anchor faced swift backlash from LGBTQ advocacy groups.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor and openly gay presidential candidate said he would overhaul FDA rules that ban sexually active gay men from donating blood.
At CNN's town hall, the former vice president and 2020 candidate told the murder victim's mother about his support for the Equality Act to solidify LGBTQ rights.
Speaking at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards, the four-time Grammy winner pledged to live "as loudly and queerly as humanly possible."
The 2020 candidate said she would reverse Trump's transgender military ban on day one of a Warren administration.
The Democratic presidential contender aims to revamp health care, tackle HIV/AIDS and overturn the transgender military ban.
YouTube's "How To Be: Mark Ronson" looks at the musician and megaproducer, who has worked with Bruno Mars and Amy Winehouse.
Yes, this sort of discrimination happened in the 1970s, when Elizabeth Warren was a teacher. But it still happens today.
The gay "American Idol" veteran sees "some parallels" between his journey and that of Smith, who is genderqueer and nonbinary.
The judge argued that the Florida city didn't have the legal authority to ban therapy to change someone's sexual orientation or gender expression.