Wiley's newest art exhibit, "Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic," takes images of black men and women, often gay and dressed in hip hop and LA fashions, and uses them to appropriate white masterpieces of historical art.
Helen Zia, Chinese-American lesbian activist and journalist, discusses being a minority within a minority and the evolving perception of homosexuals in China.
Herman Chan, San Francisco-based real estate agent and internet sensation video blogger, gives advice to prospective LGBT homeowners.
Internationally recognized comedian Ali Mafi goes beyond his usual jokes and offers a realistic perspective on being an out gay Muslim.
dot429 talks with Bill Moran, head of the National LGBT Financial Services Team at Merrill Lynch, about the importance of financial planning for LGBT clients.
What's the benefit of entering the LGBT market? Bob Witeck, CEO and co-founder of Witeck-Combs Communications and author of Business Inside Out, explains.
"I dance to the beat of my own DJ," says Johnny Weir, an LGBT icon from his figure skating days. From his secret documentary in Sochi to the Trevor Project in the US, Weir has also made his mark as an LGBT advocate.
Google's Brian Richardson sat down with dot429 to discuss being gay at Google and how the company is working to lead the way in LGBT rights.
As the Supreme Court has agreed to examine the issue of marriage equality, dot429 is looking back into its archive at the months before the court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.