For the first time ever, POZ Magazine’s fourth annual POZ 100 lists featured all HIV-positive heroes.
The eighth of the nine Spencer Tracy / Katharine Hepburn films is a relatively minor work, but this restored Blu-ray edition looks so good and the film is so likable that fans and casual viewers alike will succumb to its charms.
The economic and political turmoil between the world wars in Europe sets the stage for Christmas miracles at a Parisian nightclub.
Lydia Diamond’s play "Stick Fly" is enjoying an extended run on the Arcadia Stage at the Arden Theatre to mostly full houses.
Croatia’s government said on Monday it plans to pass a measure that will legalize cvil unions for same-sex couples, even though citizens voted against marriage equality in a referendum on Sunday.
Stephen Alexander has been coaching boys’ soccer at Ponaganset High School in Gloucester, R.I., for the past three years. But what separates Alexander from the average high school coach is that he identifies as transgender.
Is there life after ’Queer Eye?’ That’s the question that Jai Rodriguez answers with a resounding yes. BeBe Sweetbriar spoke to the actor about the ten years since that landmark show debuted.
Olympic skater Johnny Weir defends his anti-boycott stance concerning the 2014 Sochi Games, calling out ineffective activists, who he says will make it harder for LGBT Russians when the Olympics are over.