The teen gamer spent three hours adding rainbow decorations to the digital castle after his gay friend's parents threatened to kick him out.
“I was upset. It’s a right of freedom of expression," says Robin Chipman.
A lesbian couple in Texas received a letter from a neighbor who said that the women inspired them to come out.
A popular YouTube star announced Monday that he’d bought a town in Michigan and renamed it “Gay Hell” in protest of President Trump’s decision to prevent U.S. embassies from flying rainbow flags during the month of June — LGBTQ pride month.
The couple claims a worker at Big Boy Gyros, located across the street from their high school, told them "We can't have two guys hugging in here," and that their "kind" was not welcome.
"The policies of the Trump administration have been hateful and I see the painful impact in my students," said "Teacher of the Year" Kelly Holstine of Minnesota.
A 61-year-old woman offered to be her own granddaughter's gestational carrier, using an egg donated by her son-in-law's sister.
A gay couple in Wisconsin says their landlord is threatening to evict them if they don't take down their rainbow flag.
The months-long investigation was sparked by a performance that Desmond did back in December 2018 at a gay bar in New York City.
Parents and parishioners of the St. Ann church and its grade school are outraged after hearing about the decision made by the Archdiocese of Kansas City.
A Twitter user shared how a bookstore's customers came to the rescue of the man, who was considering self-harm because he suspected that he might be gay.
Michael Levenosa — who, along with his boyfriend, was denied the pre-paid couple's massage — doesn’t believe the spa’s apology is genuine. “I feel like they just apologized because of all the attention that they got and all the bad reviews,” he says.
Rosman Harris and Marcus Robertson noticed something unusual by the top of their receipt where the customer's name is typically displayed.
The elementary school teacher read a book titled "A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo" to his class several weeks ago, without previously informing the district or the students' parents.
A Mormon gay conversion therapist, David Matheson, has announced that his 30-year marriage to a woman has ended, and that he is pursuing life as a gay man.
Gay conversion therapy, the discredited and dangerous practice described in Garrard Conley's memoir, is now outlawed in 14 states and the District of Columbia and is considered ineffective and harmful to LGBTQ people.