While serving as his Navy squadron's administrative supervisor, Joshua Kelley also helps boost morale and entertain his fellow crew members as he performs in drag.
The publishers stand by the content in their LGBTQIA Safe Seχ Guide and maintain that they use the term for only transgender individuals.
"My name is Josie Totah." The "Champion" actress writes a powerful essay for "Time," and comes out as transgender.
Last year on their ninth anniversary, Ellen shared on Instagram, “Being her wife is the greatest thing I am.” And Portia told "Entertainment Tonight," "She’s the only person I want to hang out with. Like, she is my best friend, and I just want to be with her all the time.”
“Chosen family” is a concept that’s not new — particularly when it comes to many LGBT people — but it’s an idea that’s being discussed more in the mainstream these days.
Chella Man is joined by a diverse group of young artists, models, musicians, and activists in the new Gap campaign, including Kimberly Drew, Carlotta Kohl, Kelvin Davis, Ezinma, and SuperDuperKyle.
At the time of the incident, the dress code on the venue's website said only that swimsuits are mandatory and didn't specify the type of swimwear.
This week, the New York Times ran a minute-long video called "Trump and Putin: A Love Story," featuring cartoon versions of the two leaders. Some people are calling it out for being "homophobic."
Sanctuary Palm Springs is the first all-LGBT transitional housing program plus foster care residence for queer youth. But the concept on which it's based — of older LGBT people guiding LGBT youth — is part of a slowly growing movement.
Jake Abhau created a private Facebook group called Dragon Dads, where fathers who support their LGBT kids can find support in each other.
Musician Rory Feek is deeply religious, but when his daughter came out to him, he realized that his only job was to love her.
As Laverne Cox tells Zac Posen in the premiere episode of Yahoo Lifestyle’s new “Loud and Clear” video series, her heralded pop-culture arrival was a long time coming.
“If you’re receiving taxpayer funding, then whether or not you’re able to discriminate shouldn’t even be on the table,” one LGBTQ advocate said.
If this seems familiar, he did the same thing when same-sex marriage was legalized.
Six months ago, the author of “Eat, Pray, Love” lost her partner to cancer. Now she’s ready to talk about it publicly, and she shared some thoughts about grief via Instagram.
June 27, 1969 was certainly not the first time in history that LGBT folks stood up for themselves. But it’s when the Stonewall riots began, securing a place in history as the start of the modern-day gay-rights movement.
Despite having less than a handful of queer characters, Disney has had a fanatically devoted gay fanbase. Just take a look at Tumblr (briefly, before you get weirded out). This year, the company has finally decided to embrace their queer following (and profit potentials), releasing a full brand new line of gay pride merchandise. As of Monday, Disney's queer fans and allies can purchase everything from rainbow tank tops to rainbow Mickey Mouse hats. "The most magical place on earth" just got a whole lot gayer, and we're all the better for it. SEE ALSO: Disney introduces rainbow Mickey Mouse ears for LGBTQ Pride, but activists want more Over the past few months, Disney has been slowly introducing rainbow LGBTQ pride Mickey Mouse hats to their parks. They've now expanded that to an entire array of clothing. It appears to be the first year Disney has released a full collection of pride gear. Fans can buy anything from Disney pride pins to fitted tank tops to rainbow Mickey collection travel packs, all available on their website for purchase. Up your queer pin gameImage: store.disney.comFrom now until June 30, the company says they'll donate 10 percent of their profits to GLSEN, which advocates on behalf of LGBTQ students in schools. Obviously, Disney has a long way to go when it comes to representation of the queer community in their films and movies. Kids need more than fawning, gay LeFou to look up to. How about a masc-of-center Elsa, Disney? She can be a Princess and a charming androgynous locksmith. Still, it's a step forward at a time when our culture appears to be taking giant leaps back. I'll take any small, complicated dose of corporate progressivism wherever I can find it. WATCH: 82 women walked this year's Cannes red carpet in protest, calling for gender equality in the film industry