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​Pink Will Hand Out Books At Florida Concerts In Response To Book Bans

The music superstar takes on book bans in the state that has the most of them.

Josh Kruger, Beloved Gay Journalist, Shot to Death In Philadelphia

Kruger had written for The Advocate, Plus, and several Philadelphia publications.

GLAAD: LGBTQ+ Representation in Movies Improving, But More Can Be Done

GLAAD's Studio Responsibility Index finds increased LGBTQ+ representation but a need for improvement in several areas.

80% of LGBTQ+ People Feel Less Secure Due to Gender-Affirming Care Bans

The laws are aimed primarily at trans youth, but they're negatively affecting all LGBTQ+ Americans, a new study finds.

U.S. Census Shows More Than 1 Million Same-Sex Couples

Figure totals more than 1.2 million with 700,000 legally wed and 500,00 unmarried

Laverne Cox Speaks Up After Transphobic Attack in Los Angeles

The actress and her friend were approached by a man who asked “Guy or girl?” and then began hitting Cox's friend.

Girl Comes Out to Her Parents With a Cake & Their Response Is So Sweet

TikTok star Tatiana Ringsby's coming out as bisexual has gone viral for all the right reasons. 

GLAAD's 'Trans Love Stories' Series Is Too Cute For Words!

Their new Insta campaign shows that love comes in many forms!

This Year's GLAAD Media Award Noms Are the Most Diverse Yet!

So many of our faves got nominated!!!

Silvio Horta, the Gay Creator of 'Ugly Betty,' Passed Away at 45

Sources told Variety the writer-producer died by suicide.

Why Is June 26 an Important Day for LGBT Equality?

The day has traditionally been a good one for LGBT rights!

New York Passes Trans Rights Bill, Conversion Therapy Ban

Lawmakers have been trying to pass a bill banning gender identity discrimination for 16 years.

Brazil's New Antigay President Sparks Fear & Outrage on LGBTQ Twitter

The Twitterverse had strong and swift reactions to the presidential victory of Jair Bolsonaro, who's said he'd rather have a dead son than a gay one.

Halsey Stuns NYC Women's March With Powerful Poem About Abuse

The bisexual singer shared her experiences in the poem "A Story Like Mine" and called for her audience to take a stand.

Sam Smith: 'I Feel Just as Much Woman as I Am Man'

The gay singer made the revelation about his gender identity in an interview with The Times of London.

'Carol' Screenwriter Phyllis Nagy to Adapt 'Telex From Cuba' for TV

Oscar nominee Nagy, who has a plethora of projects going on, will also be the showrunner and an executive producer.

WATCH: Methodist Pastor Comes Out to Congregation

As the United Methodist Church prepares to debate whether to accept LGBT clergy and same-sex unions, a minister discloses her relationship with a woman.