Country music singer Chely Wright and her wife, Lauren Blitzer, welcomed twins George Samuel and Everett Joseph this past Saturday in New York City.
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Jodie Foster accepted the Cecil B. Demille Award during the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards and spoke about her coming out.
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The LGBT community in Puerto Rico and everywhere won a big victory when a comedian known for making anti-gay comments
In addition to a well-deserved nomination for the stirring documentary How to Survive a Plague, the only only LGBT-inclusive film to receive a substantial Oscar nomination this year was actually the animated family film, ParaNorman.
The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association announced the nominees for the 2012 Dorian Awards, which honor the best in film and television.
Students from the Hetrick-Martin Institute shared their thoughts on the use of anti-gay slurs with GLAAD, after bisexual rapper Azaelia Banks used the word fa**ot on Twitter, then defended her use of it by saying she meant 'someone who acts like a woman.'
Out singer-songwriter Janis Ian, having just been nominated for a Grammy for the spoken word version of her 2008 autobiography, 'Society’s Child,' took a moment to answer a few of GLAAD's questions about coming out, her career, and what she’s planning next.
The People’s Choice Awards, the first award show of the year, aired last night on CBS and several out stars and LGBT-inclusive series and films won their categories as voted by the fans.
In its fifth issue, upstart-magazine Candy has embodied first lady Michelle Obama on its cover, modeled by transgender woman Connie Fleming.
For those of you who enjoyed this summer's guilty pleasure that was Oxygen's The Glee Project, have we got a bombshell for you!
Lady Gaga, one of pop music's most outlandish acts, took her tour to Russia's capital for a performance that was predictably ribald and indomitable despite what she said were threats of arrest if she broke local laws against "homosexual propaganda."
With hip-hop titans like Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, and Kanye West openly verbalizing their support of gay marriage, there has been a noticeable undercurrent rising in urban music: an outspoken allegiance to the LGBT community.
Lady Gaga said that her managers received a call threatening her with arrest or a $50,000 fine if she spoke out in support of the LGBT community on the St. Petersburg leg of her Born This Way Ball.
NPR highlights first gay male wedding feature in Jet Magazine.
Josh Kilmer-Purcell and his partner Brent Ridge beat out the dynamic Chippendales duo of Jaymes and James to be crowned the winners of The Amazing Race‘s 21st season.
The accolades continue to roll in for recently-out R&B star Frank Ocean, who yesterday landed Grammy nominations for Best New Artist, Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, and Best Urban Contemporary Album.