Greg Louganis, Peter Paige, Wilson Cruz, Tuc Watkins, Blake McIver and more shine a spotlight on the joys as well at the challenges that come with aging in the LGBT community.
Any church or church member who supports LGBT people should be cursed with ‘cancer, HIV, syphilis, stroke, madness, itch, then hell,
LGBT-friendly Christians have taken their ‘I’m Sorry’ campaign to Chicago Pride since 2010.
'It feels really important to be out as a visible, gay trans guy,' says Lou Cutler, who recently became the first transgender man to claim Philadelphia's 'Mr. Gay' title.
TransCuba, from photographer Mariette Pathy Allen, documents the lives and experiences of transgender individuals living and working in Cuba. Allen has been documenting transgender culture on a global scale for more than 30 years…
Students participating in a new photo campaign are challenging stereotypes, including those about LGBT people. Check out the photos.
Students at Connecticut College have come together to generate a greater understanding of what it means to be a queer person of color.
Oakland-based photographer Meg Allen embarked on a photography project last spring to explore how the idea of a “butch” woman has changed over time.
Meg Allen is a San Francisco Bay Area photographer whose work explores the butch aesthetic, identity and the presentation of female masculinity.
Photos from tonight’s Bisexual Book Awards and the Bi-Lines Celebration! Group photo of the readers & performers, Cecilia Tan of Circlet Press and Lori Perkins of Riverdale Avenue Books with the tie for the Bisexual Book Publisher of the Year, the finalists from Circlet: The Stars Change and House of Sable Locks, Mary Ann Mohanraj reading from The Stars Change, Sheela Lambert who arranged the whole evening and runs the awards holding her new book: Best Bi Short Stories.