GETTING NOSTALGIC WITH ANNIE LENNOX
The legendary musician opens up about her place in history as an icon, the role of art in activism, and her hope for a label-free world.
Nick Jonas: 'My First Time at a Gay Club...'
The boy-band graduate talks about his new musical direction, his 'amazing' first time at a gay club, and upping LGBT visibility on TV in Kingdom.
THE EDUCATION OF EDDIE REDMAYNE
How did the star of The Danish Girl prepare for his role? By becoming a transgender ally.
IAN MCKELLEN GETS 'VICIOUS'
The actor and activist blazes a new trail on TV by getting a little Vicious.
PATRICK STEWART Explains Why 'SUPPORTING GAY RIGHTS IS NATURAL'
The actor talks about his new film Match, the joys of sex, and why he's honored to to be misidentified as a gay man.
BRITNEY SPEARS: You've Got A PIECE OF ME
The iconic pop performer opens up about being inspired by LGBT fans, gearing up for her Vegas show, and the influence of drag on modern pop music.
This Looks Like A Job For Joan Rivers
The iconic comedian chats about her new animated superhero series, Fashionista & Glamour Girl and the reason superheroes need a stylist.
Hold On To Your Wig, RUPAUL IS SHIFTING DRAG INTO OVERDRIVE
The glamazon lets down her wig and Ru-views her feelings on the legacy of Drag Race and ushering in a new generation of fierce queens.
DANIEL RADCLIFFE: FROM BOY WIZARD TO SOCIAL WARRIOR
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.
ROBERT ENGLUND AND THE QUEER SIDE OF FREDDY KRUEGER
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.
Yes, Emily Blunt Wants To Be A Gay Icon
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.
Reba McEntire Was 'Ticked Off' The First Time She Saw A Reba Drag Queen, And We Love The Reason Why
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.
BETTE MIDLER ON GIRLS, GAYS, AND THE 'LOVE THAT WON'T SHUT THE F--- UP'
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.'
KYLIE MINOGUE: 'I BECAME A GAY ICON BY BEING MYSELF'
The legendary pop performer reveals how she embraces her status as a gay icon without pandering to anyone.
The Transformation of Animation Icon Susan Blu
The iconic voice actress opens up about overcoming bullying, the death of her first wife, and the long journey to accepting herself as a lesbian.
KELLY CLARKSON 'EXPECTED OUR GENERATION TO ACCOMPLISH MORE'
The original American Idol sounds off on the current state of civil rights, family life, and her seventh studio album, Piece by Piece.
'ARROW' AND 'THE FLASH' CREATOR GREG BERLANTI AIMS TO MAKE TV SUPERHEROES 'LOOK LIKE AMERICA'
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 REMINDS US WHY SHE'S STILL THE MOST FABULOUS JACKSON
La Toya Jackson reflects on conquering her fears, surviving domestic abuse, and the joy of witnessing a same-sex marriage for the first time.
JENNIFER HUDSON RAISES HER VOICE FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY
Jennifer Hudson has joined forces with the Human Rights Campaign for a new initiative fighting for marriage equality across all 50 states.
IGGY AZALEA: 'Hey HOMOPHOBES, You NEED MORE GAYS IN Your Lives'
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 'Wild' Ways of Jackie Collins
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.
All Hail Elvira: The Queen of Halloween
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.
JASON MRAZ Wants You To Know 'COMING OUT IS THE COOLEST THING ANYONE CAN DO'
The musician and social activist talks about the inspiration behind his latest album, Yes! and his passion for human equality across the board.
Jem's Samantha Newark Is Still Truly Outrageous
The original voice of Jem, Samantha Newark, on 29 truly outrageous years of glamour, glitter, fashion, and fame.
MAE WHITMAN IS ON A MISSION TO ‘REVERSE-DUFF’ THE WORLD
Mae Whitman dishes on her new film The DUFF and why she’s glad people are offended by the label 'designated ugly fat friend.'
TROYE SIVAN ISN'T AFRAID TO TELL YOU 'THESE SONGS ARE ABOUT BOYS'
The YouTube sensation and pop performer says it's his mission to change the musical landscape, and this is how he plans to succeed.
NAOMI KYLE: "VIDEO GAMES WILL CHANGE THE WORLD"
The host of IGN’s The Daily Fix explains how video games are revolutionizing the lives of women and LGBT people, including her own transgender sister.
David Yost: GO, GAY POWER RANGER!
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.
CHRISTOPHER MELONI KNOWS BEST
Christopher Meloni offers advice on raising an LGBT-inclusive family, the legacy of Oz, and why he's excited to be playing a father in his latest series Surviving Jack.
Steve Grand: The New All-American Boy
The out and proud all-American singer reveals why he believes releasing his first full-length album is a major step forward for equality.
DEIDRE HALL ON OFFICIATING DAYTIME TV'S FIRST GAY WEDDING
The soap opera superstar talks about making entertainment history with a daytime TV first — two men marrying.
Conchita Wurst: 'We Have an Opportunity to Change Minds'
The 2014 Eurovision winner talks about her upcoming album and the role of artists in the fight for global civil rights.
Toni Braxton Is Still Makin' Us High
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.
IS DIVERGENT SCI-FI'S FIRST SUCCESSFUL BISEXUAL ALLEGORY? THEO JAMES KNOWS THE ANSWER
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.