The former Harry Potter star talks about his ongoing effort to escape the famous boy wizard's shadow and his hopes for the future of LGBT characters in entertainment.
The man who inspired a generation of bad dreams, Robert Englund, gets candid about A Nightmare On Elm Street’s LGBT fan base, the greatest gift director Wes Craven gave him, and the most terrifying time in his career.
The award-winning actress talks about her unique experience filming Into the Woods, why she believes same-sex couples make perfect parents, and her desire to hang out in more gay clubs.
The country queen talks about recording her latest female empowerment anthem, reminisces about good times with her LGBT fan base, and sounds off on antigay attitudes.
The Divine Miss M dishes on her new album, It's the Girls, and her joy watching the gay rights movement transform from the love that dare not speak its name to 'the love that won't shut the fuck up.'
Greg Berlanti, the out superproducer and co-creator of CW’s hit shows Arrow and The Flash, aims for a new era of diversity in DC Entertainment’s TV universe.
La Toya Jackson reflects on conquering her fears, surviving domestic abuse, and the joy of witnessing a same-sex marriage for the first time.
With her debut studio album, The New Classic, dropping today, hip-hop’s Australian blond bombshell opens up about the need for new voices in the genre and why homophobes need more gays in their lives.
The mistress of fiction dishes on returning to the Santangelo family saga with her latest book Confessions of a Wild Child, and why she’ll always include LGBT characters in her novels.
The Mistress of the Dark lets down her wig and dishes on her scream-worthy start in show business, inspiring a generation of drag queens, and the long road to becoming a haunted holiday icon.
The musician and social activist talks about the inspiration behind his latest album, Yes! and his passion for human equality across the board.
A year after coming out, the Neon Trees frontman talks about fighting for LGBT equality within the Mormon Church and writing 'completely honest' music.
As the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers celebrates its 20th anniversary, David Yost, the actor who played the original Blue Ranger, shares the story of how he overcame bullying in Hollywood, suicidal tendencies, and a nervous breakdown on the road to accepting himself as a gay man.
With her eighth studio album about to drop, the sultry singer shares her personal demons, her irritation with the state of marriage equality, and her suspicions that she was a lesbian in a previous life.
The actor weighs in on the lack diversity in Hollywood blockbusters and why Divergent may be the science fiction genre's first great bisexual allegory.