Neil Patrick Harris to Direct Husband David Burtka's Cabaret Act
The newlywed actor will return to the New York stage this November in Burtka, David. read more
Boys Wear Skirts to Class in Protest After School Fines Trans Girl for Wearing Skirt
When a trans student was fined by her Rio de Janeiro high school for wearing a skirt, her classmates hatched a plan. read more
Op-ed: Are Gays Better With Money?
It’s been reported that LGBT people earn more and have less debt than the general population, but does that mean we are actually better with money? read more
Turkey's First Trans Reporter Fired After Alleged Dispute Over Lipstick
Supporters of Michelle Demishevich have begun wearing red lipstick in protest of her termination from Turkey's IMC TV. read more
Grindr Responds to Reports Egyptian Cops Using App to Ensnare Gay Men
Grindr assures users it is mindful and vigilant about safety concerns, and supports LGBT equality around the globe. read more
'Black Trans* Women's Lives Matter' To Hold Vigil in D.C.
Organizers ask: If #BlackLivesMatter, why aren't Black trans women's murders causing national outcry? read more
BOOKS: Art & Queer Culture
If LGBT visibility is of prime importance for acceptance, then what could be more important than LGBT art? read more
Vikings Coach Mike Priefer Back At Practice Following Suspension for Homophobic Comments
After a two-game suspension and sensitivity training for his antigay comments, special teams coach Mike Priefer has returned to his post. read more
Hot Sheet: September 19, 2014
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include gays in the military, Faking It, Space Station 76, and How to Get Away With Murder. read more
t.A.T.u. Singer OK with Lesbians, But Being Gay Is 'Unmanly'
Russian singer Julia Volkova says gay men have 'no right to be a fag,' but that women should be able to love whomever they want. read more