It’s scary what people don’t recognize as parody these days.
In the early days of the AIDS epidemic, the syndrome had scientists utterly stumped, as it was like nothing they had ever seen before—and conspiracy theories about its origins continue to this day.
A video of a man declaring his conversion from homosexuality went viral this week, prompting both parodies and outrage. But the church, as intolerant as it is, shouldn't be blamed for gay men's "self-hate."
RuPaul recently announced she was retiring the word "tranny" in favor of "granny," but is she only adding insult to injury?
Jason Hanasik, a film and video artist based in San Francisco, responds to the controversy around photographer Kristine Potter's request that Buzzfeed remove her work from their site.
The backlash over Tim Cook's coming out has begun, with some critics saying the Apple CEO's announcement wasn't "progressive." A recent display of intolerance in Russia proves otherwise.
To modern fundamentalists, gays are the new boogiemen.
Thirty-two states have legalized same-sex marriage. Has the U.S. reached a tipping point? If so, what does that say about the eighteen states still holding back?
Travis Wall, from FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance," is that rare choreographer who leaves you feeling deeper and wiser.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.