Since their rise to the top of the charts, winning numerous awards and vastly increasing in global popularity, Ryan Lewis and Macklemore have used their fame to promote equality.
Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster married her partner, photographer and actress Alexandra Hedison, in a private ceremony over the weekend of April 19.
A pastor in Uganda who advocated for the nation’s Anti-Homosexual Bill for years could now be charged with violating it.
Openly lesbian police chief Crystal Moore of Latta, South Carolina was fired from her job after almost twenty years in the service by new mayor Earl Bullard. According to Moore and many local supporters, the mayor’s decision was due to her sexual orientation.
The Tony Award nominations will be announced next week. These performances are touted to be on the list of nominees.
On April 22, “Gaming in Color,” the first full-length documentary to focus on queer video game players in the US, was released for digital purchase.
With the help of Lambda Legal, a group of people have filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s ban against same-sex marriage.
How can a Pride parade, rainbows and all, be held covertly? A group in Bangladesh pulled it off on April 14 by calling the event a celebration of “diversity and friendship,” and marching as part of the country’s New Year festivities.
HBO has released the first full trailer for its upcoming movie “The Normal Heart,” a film about the onset of the HIV/AIDS crisis in NYC.
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.