HIV can be detected in days and stigma has decreased dramatically – but the FDA still makes gay men abstain from sex for a year before donating
Pop star continued to use his music as propaganda for pleasure and against shame
Transgender Talent founder Ann Thomas on good roles, bad scripts and what's holding the community back from breaking through on the big screen
With a health crisis growing, it's time to stand up and be counted
"Discriminating against gay people is surprisingly legal in much of the country," 'Last Week Tonight' host says in latest report
White House adviser notes "potentially devastating effects" of controversial practice in response to online petition
Couples could marry within a week, with judge calling original decision a "gender-specific infringement of the equal rights of its citizens"
Here's why even Texas, Oklahoma and Utah are joining the march toward marriage equality
The worldwide leader in sports is behind the curve on covering gay athletes
ENDA passed the Senate, but can it get past John Boehner in the House?
The state is the 15th to allow marriage equality
Anti-discrimination bill's supporters remain optimistic despite right-wing efforts to repeal the law
By the time Coy Mathis was four years old, he knew one thing was for sure: that he wasn't a boy
Private Christian schools are exploiting local laws to raise money while expelling kids for the crime of being not straight
Activists and experts split on how the 'Free & Equal' education campaign will affect local LGBT communities in countries like Russia