Bob Dylan has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
New England's LGBT newspaper The Rainbow Times has been targeted in a possible hate crime.
If Warhol documented our obsession with consumption, Weiwei challenges us to think beyond the surface; to question not only why we worship these symbols, but what we have to sacrifice in order to see them.
A new survey conducted by researchers affiliated with the Williams Institute suggests that the transgender population in the United States has doubled in a decade.
In the past week, there have been two major challenges to anti-LGBT rights laws in the United States.
There are tragedies which are too large for any one person to forgive. And even if we could, would we really mean it?
Talleen Abu Hanna, 21, from Nazareth has been crowned the winner of the first Miss Trans Israel pageant.
Chelsea Manning is appealing her sentence, claiming it is 'grossly unfair'.
James Patrick Carraghan gives a moving tribute to the late David Bowie. RIP.
Courts in Alabama are still refusing to issue same sex marriage licences, despite a SCOTUS ruling that such bans are unconstitutional.