New policies toward transgender troops in the US Armed Forces take a hefty emotional and practical toll for soldiers and vets.
The bar is over a century old, and has been part of London's gay community since about the 1920s.
Black Lives Matter demonstrators say they were protesting "anti-blackness" with a sit-in that stalled Pride Toronto.
New information suggests that Omar Mateen, the shooter in the Orlando nightclub shooting, was on a terrorist watch list. And also that his wife tried to talk him out of his attack — but never notified law enforcement.
Advocates in Orlando hope tragedy can lead to healing of divisions, for Latinos and for the nation.
Schuyler Bailar will make history when he starts his first semester this fall on Harvard's men's swimming team.
Two new resolutions have helped to strengthen the rights of same-sex couples in Mexico.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear a case that may decide the future of same-sex marriage nationwide. A case from 2010 helped set the legal and moral precedent to get us to this point.
The UK is planning to open what's being called its first "gay school." There's a proposal in Manchester, England, for a school focusing on the education of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students.
People on the fringes of society — criminals, discriminated-against minorities, rebellious teenagers — often need to speak in code. So they create secret languages, or argots. In Turkey, the LGBT community and others keep their words to themselves with the help of an argot called Lubunca.