12:06 PM EDT 07/11/2014
Originally posted 06/30/2014 12:05PM
Last weekend, members of the LGBT community – lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people – and their supporters celebrated Pride Month with parades, parties, marches and festivals. The celebrations occur every June in commemoration of New York City's Stonewall riots which occurred on June 28, 1969, and are regarded as a pivotal moment in the LGBT social rights movements.
Originally posted 06/26/2014 05:05PM
Lance Bass is quite sure that he's finally found The One.
Originally posted 06/25/2014 02:15PM
Demi Lovato has revealed for the first time that her grandfather was gay, saying, "I feel a lot of my spirit has come from him."
Originally posted 06/14/2014 12:25PM
Pat Patterson, the WWE icon who was the first intercontinental champion, is gay.
Originally posted 05/27/2014 04:15PM
Artistic talent runs in Robert De Niro's family.
Originally posted 05/17/2014 01:05PM
A documentary series on Michael Sam, the NFL's first openly gay player, has been postponed, according to reps for Sam and the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).
Sam, 24, recently made history after being selected by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the NFL draft. The 6'2" defensive end for Missouri celebrated the good news in Las Vegas with boyfriend, Vito Cammisano. The documentary series was announced soon afterward.
Originally posted 05/16/2014 07:00AM
Melissa McCarthy knows what she likes in a woman – and apparently, Lena Dunham is the embodiment of all that.
Originally posted 04/30/2014 10:50AM
When Ellen Page came out as a lesbian in February, she had given her decision a lot of thought, and she was more than ready, even eager, to tell the truth about her sexuality.
Originally posted 04/10/2014 04:00PM
While accepting an award for her advocacy work with LGBTQ youth, Girls star Lena Dunham revealed why the cause hits so close to home.
Originally posted 04/01/2014 10:00AM
The appointment of a new CEO by the company that makes the Firefox Web browser has prompted board members to quit, a Twitter frenzy and a push back from a leading dating website because he supported California's former gay marriage ban.
Mozilla, the nonprofit maker of the Firefox browser, infuriated many employees and users last week by hiring co-founder Brendan Eich to lead the Mountain View company. In 2008, Eich gave $1,000 to the campaign to pass California's Proposition 8, a constitutional amendment that outlawed same-sex marriages in California until the U.S. Supreme Court left in place a lower-court ruling striking it down.
The contribution was publicly reported and drew some negative attention two years ago, when Eich was Mozilla's chief technology officer. But when he was promoted to CEO last week, his support of the ban took on more gravitas.
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