• (CNN) -- "The Wizard of Oz," one of the most beloved movies of all time, celebrates the 75th anniversary of its release this month. Here are some things you may not have known about the film:

  • (CNN) -- I'm looking forward to Thursday night's installment of CNN's "The Sixties" with some trepidation. True, it's another excellent installment in the series. Capturing the highlights and essence of a decade, especially one as turbulent and historically significant as the '60s, is not easy.

  • History is popping up on Wilton Drive.

  • – Homosexuality is not an affliction, and by god, we’re going to enjoy it - Frank Kameny

    – In America sex is an obsession, in the rest of the world it is a fact - Marlene Dietrich

    – I was once asked whether my first sexual encounter was homosexual or heterosexual. I don’t know. I was too polite to ask. –Gore Vidal

    – The only unnatural sex act is that which you cannot perform – Alfred Kinsey

    – I felt very close to God...my friends say that’s because I was always on my knees. –Armistead Maupin

    – The most beautiful thing there is, is a naked man. – Thomas Eakins

    – I say if it’s love, the lord won’t mind. – Gordon Merrick

    – Love him…love him and let him love you. Do you think anything else under heaven really matters? – James Baldwin

    – Everyone’s born naked and after that, everything is drag. – Ru Paul

    – Gays have nothing in common with straight people except what we do in bed. –Richard Goldstein

    – I’m basically a homosexual man. I love clothes, I work out, I’m concerned about my looks. I’m vain. – Sarah Jessica Parker

    – Mainstream America has to realize we are everywhere; and then relax. – W. Scott Thompson

    – As gay men, we’re much luckier, we have real friends. –Mark Fisher

    – We acknowledge the gaily erotic nature of all things and we reject the forcible attempts of straight society to define and thereby limit the human experience. – Les Petites Bonbons.


  • LONDON (AP) — Curators at London's Wellcome Collection will not be surprised if lines form outside their new "Institute of Sexology" exhibition.

  • JACKSON, Miss. — The Mississippi Supreme Court voted to allow a lesbian couple to seek a divorce, even as two justices questioned the U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage and suggested that landmark ruling has no constitutional basis.

  • The agency of American government tasked with telling stories is admittedly playing catch up in minority communities.

  • LGBT History Month may be over but with The Quist app it’s LGBT history every day. The app is empowering people to explore and educate themselves about LGBT history and historical sites.