Bob Dylan has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker will launch a new imprint at Virginia Woolf's publishing house, Hogarth Press.
Trans model Plastic Martyr has responded to criticism from her co-stars on reality TV show Little Women: LA.
The Arquette family pays moving tribute to their sibling Alexis Arquette.
There are 52 contestants, but one who is open about something we haven't seen at a Miss America pageant.
New England's LGBT newspaper The Rainbow Times has been targeted in a possible hate crime.
The United Nations human rights office called on Namibia to abolish the common law crime of sodomy and include same-sex relationships in the existing Combating of Domestic Violence Act.
In the usual torrent of transphobia, Twitter breaks down after Charlize Theron lets her son dress up as a Disney character.
Vada pays tribute to the 49 victims of the Orlando Massacre.
At 2am on Sunday 12 June, a lone gunman killed 50 in an Orlando gay club. Alex Mitchell reflects on this international tragedy and calls for us to come together, not fall apart.