Transgender Actress Alexis Arquette Dies At 47Alexis Arquette, the transgender character actress and sibling of actors David, Rosanna, Richmond and Patricia Arquette, died early Sunday morning in Los Angeles. No cause of death was given.
Miss Missouri Is First Lesbian In Miss America PageantAfter competing in pageants for generations in the closet, or working behind the scenes, gays and lesbians finally get to see one of their own take one of pageantry's biggest stages.
Poll Shows Young Americans Favor LGBT RightsAccording to a new poll, young people in America overwhelmingly support LGBT rights when it comes to policies on employment, healthcare and adoption. But few of these people consider this to be a top issue facing the country.
LGBTQ Advocacy Group Urges Big 12 To Pass On Adding BYUAn LGBTQ advocacy group has sent a letter to the commissioner of the Big 12 urging the conference to remove BYU from consideration for membership because it says the school has discriminatory policies.
Fort Worth School District Alters Transgender Policy, Will Notify ParentsFort Worth Superintendent Kent Scribner said Wednesday that transgender guidelines have been condensed and that each student will be handled on a "case-by-case basis."
Third Eye Blind Provokes Crowd At Concert Near RNCThird Eye Blind used a performance near the site of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland to speak out on gay rights. Video was posted to Twitter showing lead singer Stephan Jenkins responding to boos.
Cho Ensured Sulu's "Star Trek Beyond" Husband Is AsianMuch has been made of the decision to reveal that Sulu is gay in the new "Star Trek Beyond" film. But, for actor John Cho, one of the most important things was ensuring that Sulu's husband was also of Asian descent.
Music Stars Unite For Orlando Victims Tribute SongGLAAD and Interscope Records have joined forces to release a song featuring Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez and Mary J. Blige in tribute to the victims of last month's massacre in Orlando.
LGBT Community Getting ArmedSetting their sights on shooting, more people within the LGBT community are arming themselves in a post-Orlando massacre world.
Dallas Pride Festival Gains More Security, More AttendeesThe celebration of Dallas Southern Pride Juneteenth festival carried two side effects of the Orlando mass murder. More security and more people.
Fort Worth Police Scope Out LGBTQ Bars To Improve SafetyFort Worth police officers think something as simple as a map could help save lives.
Public Invited To SMU To Pray For Orlando Shooting VictimsMany North Texas residents will join students, faculty and staff at Southern Methodist University to spend their lunchtime praying for and remembering victims of the nightclub mass shooting in Orlando.

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