The Vocativ Queer Index was put out into the world yesterday, and now tons of queer-related info about the country's top 35 LGBT-friendliest cities is neatly available through one interactive map.
During the month of June Wisconsin Public Radio's "Central Time" is featuring stories from the LGBT community of Wisconsin to celebrate Pride month.
BET.com, homepage of Black Entertainment Television (BET), has released a video series of interviews with LGBT people of color in the media.
Brandchannel, the world's original online exchange about branding, asked GLAAD to highlight some of the most innovative and effective ad campaigns honoring LGBT Pride Month this June.
A Washington D.C. high school principal surprised and inspired his students when he came out as gay at the school's Pride Day event.
The Los Angeles Times, one the country's most circulated newspapers, featured its first ever LGBT supplement today in all its copies.
To celebrate Pride Month, the Brooklyn Community Pride Center (BCPC) will be hosting a diverse array of events, including the upcoming Community Safety Night as well as an Open House and Queer Art Show.
Playbill and Playbill.com kicked off their pride month celebration #PlaybillPride yesterday as a 30-day initiative profiling LGBT Broadway voices and a rainbow update to the famous yellow Playbill logo.
Heart Gallery NYC is hosting a photo exhibition during Pride Month in partnership with You Gotta Believe and Times Square Alliance.
The WNBA has become the first professional sports league to market specifically to the LGBT community.