Tim'm T. West and Alvin Ailey are two 20th century LGBT Icons who have left an indelible mark on the world around them.
Ryan Adams releases his 16th album, and Thievery Corporation drops their 10th. Record label Yep Roc releases new albums by Tift Merritt and the Canadian band The Sadies, and Montreal's Tim Darcy goes solo.
CoverGirl's first CoverBoy found himself in hot water after tweeting a "joke" about getting Ebola in Africa.
President Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on the "fake media" but the media was fighting back, objecting to a presidential news conference that avoided tough questions and, in the case of one MSNBC program, banning presidential aide Kellyanne Conway.
Jeremy Meeks, dubbed the "Hot Felon" when his mugshot went viral in 2014, traded in his orange jumpsuit for some high fashion, making his New York Fashion week modeling debut Monday night.
Disney's Maker Studios and Google's YouTube are distancing themselves from a top YouTube star after he made jokes construed as anti-Semitic and posted Nazi imagery in his videos.
Keegan Whicker could break the Internet.
A Chicago museum chronicling the history of surgery through medical artifacts, paintings and sculptures is planning to open an exhibit later this year on sex-reassignment procedures.
In the age of sexual liberation, LGBTQ people still fight for acceptance. But even within the community, there is a repressed subculture: Queer kinksters.
He's hot, he's hung and he's hooked on you. Finally, it seems the stars have aligned and you've landed a great guy just in time for Valentine's Day. But you're wondering, is this just a convenient infatuation or is he really "the one?"