MSNBC host Martin Bashir resigned from the network Wednesday, nearly three weeks after making graphic remarks on his show about former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Celebrating LGBTQ icons in the industry, both real and animated, Bent-Con is one part expo, one part networking extravaganza and the one time the LGBTQ community can as a whole joyously expose the world to its full-frontal nerdity.
From its humble beginnings in 1985, The White Party Week has cemented itself in activist history as perhaps the world’s best-known HIV/AIDS fundraiser. This year will definitely not disappoint.
We sat down with Jordan Pease, the queer comic who left central New Jersey about five years ago to make a name for himself in Los Angeles, the land where every nobody is a somebody and the somebodies won’t take your phone calls. But will he make it here?
This Sunday, Massachusetts native Zachary Kerr will be honored at Nickelodeon’s Fifth Annual NickTeen HALO Awards for his impressive work in transgender activism.
The Rage Monthly caught up with celebrity writer, actor, and comedian Bruce Vilanch in advance of the 2013 AIDS Assistance Program Hollywood Dine & Dish Fundraiser.
Michelle Obama shared one with her "first dog" Bo, Hillary Clinton tweeted one with her daughter Chelsea. Now "selfie" - the smartphone self-portrait - has been declared word of the year for 2013, according to Britain’s Oxford University Press.
Maria Gabriela Isler, who was crowned Miss Universe last week, told the Huffington Post on Thursday that she believes transgender contestants should not compete in the Miss Universe pageant and that they should hold their own contest.
Rory O’Malley has made his presence felt on and off stage the past few years, from his Tony Award-nominated role as the flamboyant Elder McKinley in the Broadway megahit "The Book of Mormon" to co-founding marriage equality advocacy group Broadway Impact.
A recent video making a huge viral splash on social media sets out to prove that theory with a montage of interviews with children and their thoughts on marriage equality and gay rights.
A Gawker item that outed a media celebrity has inspired one of those cycles of accusations and counter-accusations unique to media that cover media, which appears to be of interest only to other members of the media.