The fast food chain pledged to shift its philanthropic focus to education and homelessness. GLAAD is pushing for "further transparency."
Jordan Steffy of LaPorte, Indiana said the classroom fight was a breaking point. But he wants supporters to direct their anger elsewhere.
Actor Frankie A. Rodriguez hopes his new role reminds LGBTQ youth that they're “no different than everybody else.”
The "America's Got Talent" alum hopes his new video will prompt others to “rediscover their inner light."
Jeff Wolk's new documentary pulls back the curtain on Soloway, 91, who has been cited as an LGBTQ pioneer in his industry.
St. Louis County’s police chief is now facing calls to resign after the jury's award to Sgt. Keith Wildhaber in his discrimination suit.
I never felt right putting breath into what I felt was someone else’s body, as if I was held captive in it.
The "Queer Eye" star said his recent performance on "Dancing With the Stars" was an emotional one following his reconciliation with his dad.
The singer sparked backlash for comments about her sexuality on Instagram Live with new boyfriend Cody Simpson.
The Oracle, a British shopping center, announced last week it would not extend the fast food chain's six-month lease.
Don't say: “I’m sorry that happened to you, but that’s not what real Christianity is.”
Growing up fat and trans, photographer Shoog McDaniel was constantly bullied. But when they found a batch of disposable cameras in their late teens, they found their calling. McDaniel now photographs nude, fat and trans models. With each photo shoot, McDaniel hopes to change the way society sees fat and other marginalized bodies.
Hill is the 21st transgender or gender non-conforming person known to be killed in 2019.
Growing up, photographer Shoog McDaniel was constantly bullied. But when they found a batch of disposable cameras in their late teens, they found their calling.
Ariana Grande and the Jonas Brothers' trusted collaborator marked Spirit Day with their third benefit concert for GLAAD.
Families in my country would rather live with the grief of a dead child than the shame of having a gay son and brother.
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."