As the stigma against BDSM and kink subsides, how does a long-underground culture move into a new era?
The Trevor Project reports of the approximately 178 contacts it receives each day, transgender individuals now make up 17.5 percent of all contacts
"Usually a bully starts with someone who he thinks is weak, but it's the fucking wrong call," Win Butler says of Trump's tweets
Former Army Secretary Eric Fanning talks Trump, resistance and why this move probably isn't coming from the Pentagon
"This is about who is considered a valid human being," says first openly trans person to serve in U.S. Army
Trump's surprise announcement on Twitter Wednesday was as confusing as it was devastating
Teenager has taken on the mission to advocate for trans people's right to exist in public spaces
120 Days Books provides a unique window into a generation of LGBT history that faced historic erasure by republishing 'stroke books'
Actor received backlash for saying he was gay "without the physical act" during interview for 'Angels in America' stage role
With Kennedy still the swing justice, the Court remains mostly conservative
How Tim Gill turned a $500 million fortune into the nation's most powerful force for LGBTQ rights
"Football was a great place to hide. Now I don’t have 50 other guys to hide behind," former offensive tackle tells Rolling Stone
It began as a joke, but the horror-movie villain is just what this year's LGBTQ Pride festivities needed
Soldiers can be prosecuted for having sex, latest medications aren't widely available – are the armed forces living in the 1980s when it comes to AIDS?
Ten years after the whistleblower enlisted in the army as a closeted trans woman, she's coming out to a much different world – one she helped create