Gayborhoods are emerging where you'd least expect them , but what can a scattered community do to preserve its culture, safety, and political power?
Is "Colorless Tuskuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgramage" one of Haruki Murakami's most affecting novels? We review it to find out.
On August 22-24, LGBT music lovers will be flocking to Saratoga Springs, California, for Luscious, a queer music festival.
A federal judge ruled against Florida’s ban on marriage equality on August 21.
A look back at the first episode of HBO's seminal series "Six Feet Under."
dot429 interviews Jennifer Kroot and Bill Weber, the pair behind "To Be Takei," a new documentary that explores the intriguing life of one of TV's most beloved icons.
Fred Phelps may be gone, but his extremist ideology lives on. From parody pop songs to picketing celebrity funerals, the Westboro Baptist Church is staying true to its outlandish roots.
When life gives you lemons…squirt the juice right back in life’s face. Earlier in August, a transgender woman in Russia did just that by taking advantage of her country’s own discriminatory laws to legally marry her girlfriend.
"For the Bible Tells Me So," released in 2007, is one of the few documentaries that deals frankly with the collision of homosexuality and faith.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.