In my effort to better understand hair in the realm of queer culture I surveyed a breadth of stylists and salons that specifically cater to a queer clientele
The Armory Show Contemporary saw bursts of sales at the VIP opening.
The 2014 Whitney Biennial has many things: oversized ceramics, big abstract and figurative paintings, experimental jazz, videos of people having sex, and bead curtains. What it doesn’t have all that much of is politics. For the most part, the art
A cab driver violated a lesbian couple’s rights when he kicked them out of his vehicle and left them on the side of a highway last summer, an investigation by the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries found.
A Ugandan lesbian says she was served with an eviction notice on Monday, and while the landlord acknowledged that she had been a "wonderful" tenant, he cited the country's recently enacted antigay law as the reason she could no longer rent her home.
State Sen. Steve Gallardo, D-Phoenix, disclosed he is gay at a news conference Wednesday, saying the furor over Senate Bill 1062 prompted his decision to go public.
Support for same-sex marriage is higher than ever before, according to a new poll.
Nearly six in 10 Americans — 59 percent — say they support gay marriage, a record-high for the Washington Post/ABC poll. About a third — 34 percent — oppose it.
The deeper symbolic power of Francis’ latest tone-shifting statement lies in the day that his words broke
NAIROBI — Kenya could become the next battleground for gay rights as lawmakers plan to introduce a motion in parliament to compel authorities to more strongly enforce the country's anti-homosexual laws. Gay rights activists say the pressure has already increased since neighboring Uganda
During the opening remarks for the 2014 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Chief Curator Donna de Salvo said that this year's exhibition was one biennial with three distinct points of view, so we've decided to explore that diversity in perspectives with three...