The Australian film and Sundance favorite is about a relationship between a daughter and her father who is transitioning from female to male.
Senior Entertainment Editor Jarett Wieselman and LGBT intern Claire Pires share their experiences of being raised by same-sex parents, the homophobia they encountered, and eventually coming out themselves.
"Her dress and behavior need to follow suit with her God-ordained identity."
The lead singer of the Neon Trees just came out in a feature for Rolling Stone magazine.
Ten gentlemen kissing for the first time? Shut it doowwwn.
They are the biggest winners.
The Westboro Baptist Church plans to boycott Lorde's upcoming concert, and Lorde wants them to be welcomed appropriately — obviously.
We still say "hella."
This is the way that we liiiive and loooove.
"The Best Gay Possible -- Oppressive Dance Remix" is as fierce as the speech itself.
Culled from Scott Bowers' infamous memoir Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Life of the Stars as well as other equally brilliant (and juicy) books about the celluloid closet.
Everybody wants to wear No. 98.
"Make no mistake, this is the new segregation."
And he has a "secret agenda."
Apparently, Oregon and California are the places to be.
"How do you not make fun of a sport that's essentially high velocity spooning?"
"They stopped near a gate in the wall, locked my hands to its iron bars and tried to sodomize me."
Nir Zilberman dressed a mannequin in his storefront window in a concentration camp outfit adorned with an upside-down pink triangle, a symbol used by Nazis to identify gay prisoners.
Segments on Channel 4 in the UK explore the violence and discrimination experienced by Russian LGBT people at the hands of anti-gay gangs and the government.