NEW YORK (AP) — A concert piece about gay rights icon Harvey Milk by Tony Award nominee Andrew Lippa is coming to New York and it is bringing Kristin Chenoweth with it.
This week read about Beverley Palesa Ditsie winning an award for her contribution to the LGBT community, and Honduran Congress members making it difficult to change the ban on gay marriage.
(AP) More than 500 anti-terrorism officers were deployed around the nation's largest city as a precaution Monday, a day after the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
(EDGE) Taking to Facebook, popular New York City drag queen Gusty Winds wrote she was harassed by a straight couple while riding the subway Saturday night, New Now Next reports.
2016 gave us at least one parting gift to be grateful for.
(EDGE) A New York City woman was arrested after allegedly stabbing a black transgender man who offered his seat to her on a subway Christmas night. She has been charged with assault as a hate crime, the New York Daily News reports.
America's first National Monument honoring LGBT rights was designated by President Barack Obama on Friday in a small section of lower Manhattan known simply as "Stonewall."
Page Six is reporting pop star Justin Bieber throughly enjoyed a massage he received by "two very large, strong men" Tuesday afternoon in New York City.
(EDGE) New York City police said Tuesday they arrested man believed to have stabbed a gay man in the Bronx earlier this month, but did not charge him with a hate crime, the New York Daily News reports.
(WB) A 29-year-old transgender woman from El Salvador who fled to Guatemala was murdered on Aug. 1.