A parent's complaint about Alice Oseman's graphic novel – the basis for the popular Netflix series – prompted an Ohio school district to cut back on a fundraising book fair.
Out wrestling champion Anthony Bowens put pen to paper to express his thanks to fans for their role in his success as an openly gay star in the sport.
The "Spencer" star is executive producing a reality show she says takes a team of LGBTQ+ ghost hunters to "places I wouldn't go by myself" in search of spirits and specters.
Auteur Sebastián Silva pushes the limits of filmdom's sexual taboos with his sexy thriller "Rotting in the Sun," as well as toying with his real-life identity. EDGE talks to him about his provocative film.
The sexy, happy vibe from the first two singles off Troy Sivan's forthcoming album spring from his breakup blues, the out Aussie star has revealed.
Suella Braverman, the British Home Secretary, was reportedly set to address a right-wing U.S. think tank that anti-LGBTQ+ bias isn't sufficient grounds to grant asylum to refugees fleeing oppressive regimes.
"Queer Eye" star Jonathan Van Ness tearfully disagreed with Dax Shepard when it came to the New York Times and its coverage of transgender issues.
A bunker full of gays" is the setting of Erin Lerch's new play "Break Break," part of her Legion Cycle of science fiction dramas surviving an alien invasion. EDGE talks to Lerch & director Josh Glenn-Keyden.
Justine Lindsay, First Trans NFL Cheerleader, Wants to 'Change the Narrative' for Acceptance, Rights
Justine Lindsay, the NFL's first openly transgender cheerleader, isn't just plumping for her team to win; she's here to encourage trans youth and adults alike to pursue their dreams and be their authentic selves.
"Padam Padam" pop star Kylie Minogue, 55, whose new album "Tension" is scoring big among critics and fans alike, decried ageism and a fixation on her love life in new interviews.
Displaying 1 out of 2211 pages