50 years of Pride: A visual history of the victories, setbacks, and celebrations that have defined LGBTQ Americans since the very first Pride march
From NYC's first Pride parade in 1970 to a monumental Supreme Court ruling in 2020, here's a timeline of the LGBTQ rights movement in the US.
Trolls 'Zoombombed' TikTok's Pride event with racist and homophobic slurs, shutting down the day-long event only minutes after it started
TikTok has since apologized for the "extremely hurtful, harmful comments" that disrupted the event, which it said were made by "some bad actors."
There are multiple warning signs that can indicate whether you and your partner are heading toward a big split. Here's how to spot them.
Bombas has launched a line of rainbow socks for Pride Month — and for each pair purchased, a pair is donated to someone in need in the LGBTQ+ community
To celebrate Pride Month this year, Bombas has launched a line of rainbow socks in ankle, quarter, and calf lengths that give back to the queer community.
We got an exclusive look at the presentation a Stanford grad is using to make the case for a new kind of healthcare company focused on the LGBTQ community
Included Health is building a directory of LGBTQ-friendly healthcare professionals and helping workers find the care they need.
Despite the Supreme Court's landmark decision, the journey to equality for the LGBT community in the US is far from over. Here are 12 numbers that show the economic challenges they face.
22% of LGBTQ people live in poverty, earning less than $12,000 a year, compared with 16% of non-LGBTQ individuals.
Peppermint, who was at the Supreme Court oral arguments last October, said it was the "most queer and diverse and trans that courtroom has ever been."
What to celebrate about the Supreme Court's big ruling on LGBTQ discrimination — and the unresolved office problems that continue to hurt queer and trans workers
The decision is a step in the right direction, but companies still need to be vigilant to ensure they offer an inclusive environment.
This 90-year-old New York activist fought racist housing practices, was a nurse during the AIDS epidemic, and is now protesting for Black Lives Matter
Shatzi Weisberger, whose birthday is today, gets impatient when people tell her she shouldn't be demonstrating in the streets.
Experts say there's a slew of terms that encompass a whole range of sexual identities beyond just "gay" and "straight." Check out what they are.
Supreme Court rules that the federal law that bars sex discrimination in employment also applies to LGBTQ individuals
Justice Neil Gorsuch authored the court's opinion that firing on the basis of a person's homosexual or transgender identity was sex discrimination.
Black LGBTQ youth are under significant stress right now. Here's how to check in on their mental health, according to a psychologist.
The Trevor Project, which provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to young LGBTQ people, has resources for anyone struggling.
Patagonia's departing CEO topped a list of LGBTQ innovators in business. She told us how meditation fuels her success, and what Buddhism has taught her about strong leadership.
Fast Company named Rose Marcario, departing Patagonia CEO, the top leader on its Queer 50 list. Here's her best career advice and leadership tips.
Elective surgeries were postponed during the coronavirus outbreak. But my gender-affirming surgery isn't optional — it's lifesaving.
I've waited nearly a year for my surgery. Now, the coronavirus pandemic is threatening to take it away.
How to support nonbinary and trans colleagues at work, and the email template to use if you accidentally misgender them
Trans and nonbinary employees often fear they will be misgendered (or gendered incorrectly) when they come out at work.
Certain comments and invasive questions can be dehumanizing to LGBTQ workers and make them feel uncomfortable in their work environment.
How one of the few queer black women in venture capital clears her mind to overcome bias and get things done
Center for American Entrepreneurship president John Dearie recently apologized to Arlan Hamilton for criticizing her on Twitter.
From gay liberation to marriage equality and workplace protections, The LGBTQ community continues its fight for equality.
'It was wartime': 3 survivors of the AIDS epidemic share the hard lessons on love and resiliency they learned in the '80s that are helping them make it through the coronavirus crisis
"What I did learn from the AIDS crisis is that we all can be a part of the solution," said poet Davidson Garrett.
Pandemic closures are hurting gay bars around the United States, and those serving the most vulnerable populations may be the hardest hit
37% of gay bars in the US have shut down since 2007, and the COVID-19 pandemic is making it even harder to survive.