This is what young LGBT kids and their parents have learned.
*Attempts to hold in tears*
The country could become a bright spot for LGBT rights in East Africa following a ruling on Friday.
David Kirwan told BuzzFeed News he was diagnosed with HIV so late that doctors didn’t expect him to live.
BuzzFeed has the exclusive first look at the Season 3 key art, and it features a ton of throwbacks.
The reality star sat down with Matt Lauer to talk about her stepfather’s transition.
Rep. Cecil Bell Jr.’s bill moving through the Texas legislature would block the state from spending any money recognizing same-sex marriages, an effort to undermine a gay-rights ruling by the Supreme Court. LGBT advocates say Bell’s bill could create a quagmire of future lawsuits.
A look at the legal issues set to be debated before the justices on Tuesday.
The 30-second ad is set to run in the days before two-and-a-half hours of arguments at the Supreme Court.
The hottest ticket in town is not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. By noon Saturday, nearly four dozen people were waiting in line outside the Supreme Court for Tuesday’s arguments over states’ same-sex marriage bans.
In 2015, as in 1976, the public’s relationship with Bruce Jenner’s body will reflect American values. What are those going to be?
Only Jenner’s four eldest children spoke with Diane Sawyer for the ABC interview special, but many of his 10 children shared their kind words online.
In an interview with Diane Sawyer, Jenner said, “My heart and my soul and everything I do in life … that female side is part of me.” And the E! docuseries on Jenner will premiere on July 26.
“We’re working with everyone that we can that believes that marriage is the union of a man and a woman all around the world,” NOM President Brian Brown told BuzzFeed News.
Judge Callie Granade denied a request from Alabama officials to dismiss a case in which advocates are seeking to take marriage equality statewide.
But a leading advocate for trans rights says it doesn’t mean the government is embracing gay rights.
“We have three strikes: We’re gay, we’re black, and we’re in Mobile, Alabama,” say the Prancing Elites. “But we won’t stop dancing.”
The independent cinema veteran spoke to BuzzFeed about his latest film, inequity in the film industry, and why young actors still fear playing gay characters.
The Black Cap has closed, but the battle to keep it afloat and prevent scores of other gay pubs and clubs being sold to developers has taken off. BuzzFeed News investigates.
He laments the sexual revolution, thinks sexuality is a choice, and says we are creating a new Stolen Generation. Meet Lyle Shelton, the man holding back the tide of marriage equality in Australia.
The Office of Personnel Management “strongly encourages,” but is not requiring, transition-related coverage to be included in insurance companies’ proposals for 2016 federal employee health plans. “It’s just straight-up discrimination,” says a leading trans advocate.
The last teaser for the Diane Sawyer interview, which airs Friday, shows the reality star asking questions about the future.
Love gods, say it isn’t so.
The three bills are headed to the full state senate after passing a committee Wednesday on a 4-1 vote. Under the legislation, parents could be turned away on religious grounds.
Even under Republican control, a majority of the Senate has repeatedly voted in favor of pro-LGBT measures this year. The beginning of a new normal?
Elena Musolina grew up thinking homosexuality was an affliction of alcoholics and drug addicts. Now she marches alongside her son at LGBT rights protests and goes head-to-head with Russia’s most vocal anti-LGBT politician.