WATCH: Methodist Church Drops Charges Against Minister
A Methodist minister facing charges for presiding over his son's wedding to another man has reached an agreement with his church. Featured Image: read more
WATCH: Chelsea Handler Skewers Piers Morgan as a 'Terrible Interviewer'
The Chelsea Lately star, known for her frank commentary, criticized the CNN host for mistreating her on his show. Featured Image: read more
S.C. House Approves Budget Cuts to Colleges With LGBT Curricula
After assigning LGBT-inclusive books on their freshman reading lists, two South Carolina universities could see their budgets slashed by close to $70,000 combined. Featured Image: ...
Jason Collins Will Remain With Brooklyn Nets
Brooklyn's NBA team will keep Collins, the first openly gay player in the NBA, after signing him in February to a short-term contract. Featured Image: read more
Adam Shankman to Helm 'Hair' at Hollywood Bowl
The out filmmaker and So You Think You Can Dance judge will direct and choreograph the rock musical this summer in Los Angeles. Featured Image: read more
Daily Dose: When You Know
What you do — and when you find out — can make all the difference. Featured Image: read more
Op-ed: In Defense of 'Looking'
Some may say Looking was boring, but it strikes at the core of something many of us dare not mention. Featured Image: read more
Truly Social Networking
The organization that began as a separatist record-producing collective came to symbolize all that defined lesbianism. Then they set out to sea. Featured Image: read more
Seat Filler: Our Guide to New York Theater for March 2014
Planning to see a show in NYC? Check out these five new LGBT-inclusive plays. Featured Image: read more
Chicago Monthly Paper Threatens to Out Aldermen
In a bid to shut down ride-sharing, Chicago Dispatcher — a monthly taxi newspaper — threatens to out five city aldermen. Featured Image: read more