Stanford University’s business school is offering a leadership program intended to help more gay leaders ascend to the C-suite.
As the stigma against transgender people slowly lessens, more and more people are deciding to transition to their true gender identity in middle age.
The real miracle may be that a little girl from the unmountainous island of Manhattan, born to insular, artistic immigrants who had never tied a figure-eight knot, became, by the age of fourteen, possibly the best female rock climber ever—a Gretzky of the granite.
It’s the ratings-winning Sunday-night show that’s got no sex, no violence and no bad language. So what will fans of Call The Midwife make of the lesbian love affair between two of its stars?
Pat Parker was born on January 20, 1944. She grew up in a mostly black working class neighborhood—Third Ward, Houston, Texas and later moved to Sunnyside, Houston, Texas with her family.
This story first appeared in a special awards season issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
“I am, at the end of the day, I guess, a f--king lunatic,” the actress says in no-holds-barred interview.
A federal court in California has ruled a lawsuit can proceed against shipping giant FedEx for withholding pension benefits to the same-sex partner of a deceased worker.
In what’s perhaps the worst clickbait we’ve seen, lesbian volunteers touch a man’s penis for the first time.
Rebecca Mead on the “affluenza” teen Ethan Couch and the lengths to which a mother will go to shelter her child.