Will Walters was arrested at San Diego Gay Pride for wearing a gladiator-style kilt over a thong. Straights wearing skimpy thongs are left alone.
In The Meantime is fighting against racism and homophobia by creating community.
When it comes to recent rates of HIV and STIs, we have some good news and some bad news
Consider expanding your intelligence and imagination in 2016 by getting a new book. It may become something of a friend.
Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin discusses election year 2016, what went wrong in Houston, and fighting for transgender rights
The 'circus act' that is Donald Trump has resulted in many people now OK with politically incorrect speech, no matter where it leads
David Bohnett created GeoCities after his partner Judge Rand Schrader died of AIDS. Their love story provides lessons to cherish.
Caring for the afflicted contributed to West Hollywood’s creation in 1984, and the city has led the way through advocacy ever since
Warning: this story contains graphic testimony about the gay-bashing murder of Petty Officer Allen Schindler - lest we forget those gays who suffered at the hand of their supposed "band of brothers."
The Houston travesty is a watershed mark in the dumbing-down of America, thanks to the tea party, pandering Republicans and stymied LGBT leadership.
Here are just some of my memories from the early days of AIDS. My dead friends are still with me, as they are with Torie, John and Michael.
(Updated) As the 2016 election continues on and platforms become defined, simply embracing marriage equality may not be enough to energize some LGBT voters
LGBT people have become all too familiar with the power of television, able to impact culture, influence elections and construct Americans’ point of view long before Trump TV.
The documentary looks at how television has impacted our lives and the life of American culture.
Walker may have a GOP-voter fling in Iowa. But he just lost his chance of appealing to the mainstream.
This well-produced, inclusive video captures the marriage movement from Stonewall to SCOTUS. The U.S. Dept of Education should distribute free nationwide.
ACT UP/LA understood the intersection between racism, sexism and homophobia. Add transphobia, says Keiko Lane, and stand up for all.
The marriage fight may be over, but resistance and ending discrimination remain.
While we appreciate the mainstream media coverage of this historic moment - as Jenifer Lewis put it - it's nice to know where we've been.
The Supreme Court could decide Friday on the right to marry, but securing marriage rights is not the same as full equality in our two Americas.