Eight video creators say that have been unfairly targeted and demonetized by YouTube.
“We started to feel like she and [Steve] shouldn’t get together, and that she's gay,” the actress told The Wall Street Journal.
The *NSYNC star told Andy Cohen he'd told Spears he was gay right after her hasty 2004 nuptials: "It made her stop crying."
LGBTQ activists say Dr. Joseph Nicolosi's books sought to give scientific credibility to the ex-gay movement.
The "Old Town Road" rapper told the BBC that he's focused on "opening the doors" for greater LGBTQ representation in country and hip-hop music.
Sal Stow and Meghan Stabler said they felt "humbled" they'd had such a major impact on a young LGBTQ person they'd never met.
The internet star wrote, choreographed and directed the music video entitled "I'm Gay."
Because our gender expression and presumed genitalia don’t align with the majority’s sense of what it takes to make a baby, strangers feel empowered to pile on questions.
Cody Barlow, who is straight, said he decorated his tailgate in rainbow colors to prove "not all country boys are bigots."
It’s significant to watch black men grapple with their sexuality and identity in a way that few are ever given space to do in the “real” world.
The seventh annual "Night of a Thousand Judys" will feature performances by Broadway and pop artists, and will benefit homeless LGBTQ youth.
Based on Daniel Errico's book, the animated children's series will follow a mixed-race couple and their 10-year-old daughter, and is slated to premiere in June.
The CW series — the first superhero live-action TV series to feature an LGBTQ title character — is set to debut in the fall.
Filmmaker Matthew Puccini said his new short is a "tender, intimate and meaningful" look at a polyamorous romance within the LGBTQ community.
"Maybe get a hobby that doesn’t involve being homophobic and hating others for being happy," the supermodel wrote.
The actor now seen on "Roswell, New Mexico," said, “I just want to feel powerful in my own skin, and my own mind, and in my own heart.”
The Netflix series “really helped them realize that I could be happy and I could be successful," the actor said.