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A recent video making a huge viral splash on social media sets out to prove that theory with a montage of interviews with children and their thoughts on marriage equality and gay rights.
Elaine Quijano takes us on a dancing tour of Buenos Aires, birthplace of the cultural phenomenon of the tango, where the American dance team of Naomi Hotta and Laurent Lazure faces the ultimate challenge at the World Cup of Argentine Tango.
During the 1950s and 1960s, Sarria fought police harassment not only against himself but the bar in which he worked. He ran for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1961, becoming the first openly gay candidate for public office in the country.
Come Veterans Day weekend, San Francisco will feel like it’s become a whole lot smaller as Bear Pride 2013 takes over. It’s Gay Pride but for the Bear community!
A Gawker item that outed a media celebrity has inspired one of those cycles of accusations and counter-accusations unique to media that cover media, which appears to be of interest only to other members of the media.
Famous for being straightforward, di Rupo has been publicly out in Belgium since 1996, when a reporter asked him if he was gay and he famously responded with a pithy, "Yes, so what?"
One of the most wildly vibrant live shows at YBCA celebrates its fifth incarnation as The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence present Project Nunway, the amazingly creative couture fashion show, Saturday, November 2.
Lesbians are making their presence known via new programming on the web.
Greeting card company Hallmark has come under fire after omitting the word "gay" on its Christmas ornament, which features the lyrics from "Deck the Halls."
A video of a slam poetry performance titled "God is Gay" by a student from the University of North Carolina has gone viral.