Playing the out sister of a US President in the SpeakEasy Stage Company's "POTUS," out actress Johanna Carlisle-Zepeda talks about how this political satire came into her life.
Mariah Hanson, the organizer of the first 'Dinah," talks about the event's enduring appeal. "You don't really need to tinker with it anymore."
Chechnya's brutally anti-gay autocracy has swept up at least one heterosexual man in its homophobic fervor. Now that man, a refugee in Armenia, is facing the prospect of deportation back to Russia.
Motorcycle-mounted, crowbar-wielding vandals caused thousands of dollars in damage to a sex shop in Manchester, England's gay neighborhood – the fifth such attack in only four months.
Protest Planned After Church Owned St. Louis Theater, Long a LGBTQ+ Haven, Says It Will No Longer Show Queer Movies
Former patrons of the Tivoli Theatre on St. Louis, which was once a nexus of LGBTQ+ culture in the city, are speaking out against the new owner, a church, no longer showing queer films at the space.
Andorra's prime minister, Xavier Espot Zamora, publicly came out as gay in an interview on Sept. 11. "I've never hid it," Espot, 43, said in comments he made to Ràdio Nacional d'Andorra.
Brooke Astor biographer Meryl Gordon expressed her "disappointment" that Anderson Cooper "seems to come up with my book" in his own volume on the iconic American family.
A group of sore losers assailed Texas Longhorns players with homophobic and racist abuse after the Longhorns defeated the Crimson Tide on Sept. 9.
Seven people protesting in support of an endangered global HIV prevention program were placed under arrest and removed from the office of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Sept. 11.
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