5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, April 6

It's a Friday Funday edition of 5 LGBTQ Things! Enjoy some good news and pop culture nuggets as you begin your weekend. 1. Several famous musicians, including Bob Dylan and Kesha, have recorded a new album t...
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5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, Feb. 6

1. Writer Michelangelo Signorile ponders why the murder rate of gay and bisexual men went up by more than 400 percent in the U.S. from 2016 to 2017 — and why so many of the murderers convicted are tied to neo-N...
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Fall Arts Preview: 25 fall TV shows with LGBT tie-ins

It might not be getting better for us in the real world, but it's getting better in TV world if you go by the number of new and returning shows with a LGBT bent. Check out a whopping 25 choices to get your quee...

21 LGBT tie-ins for the fall 2016 TV season

With more and more ways to find more TV shows, there are more and more LGBT actors and characters getting screen time. Here's a rundown of what to look out for this fall. Gaycation (Premiered Sept. 7 on Vice...

23 LGBT tie-ins for the fall TV season

This season brings a renewed commitment to LGBT actors and characters from the “Big Four” television networks, with two-thirds of the spots on this list taken up by ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC. GLAAD even awarded its...

Top 7 LGBT things to do at Dragon Con 

The four-day convention is back for its 29th year and while there's something for everyone—and we mean everyone—here are seven ways to let your LGBT freak flag fly on Labor Day weekend. ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Dec. 19

1. The Salt Lake Tribune takes a look back on the one-year anniversary of same-sex marriage being legalized in Utah. 2. A new study shows lesbians make more than straight people but gay men earn less than st...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Sept. 9

1. “This is a celebration of something that should have happened a very long time ago.” Two Iowa women marry after 72 years together. 2. A historical society plans to honor a controversial book that claims t...

New LGBT TV programming down from last year

This time last year, Hollywood – as well as the LGBT community – was all abuzz about the lofty number of LGBT programs that were coming to network TV. It was a record high.

A year later, that bubble has been burst. Most of those high-profile shows are now gone, having fallen one by one. CBS’s “Partners” with Michael Urie was canceled quickly. “The New Normal” lasted a little longer but still bit the dust at NBC, which also canned the acclaimed “Go On,” with Julie White in a supporting role as a lesbian.