Ariana Grande kept the party going after her "SNL" performance, playing a surprise set at a New York City gay club at 3 a.m.
Actor Mark Ruffalo took to his Tumblr Monday to alert his followers that he's withdrawing his support for Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva over her opposition to same-sex marriage.
Television has increased its depiction of gay, lesbian and bisexual characters, with the edge going to cable and the Internet over broadcast networks, according to a study released Wednesday by the advocacy group GLAAD.
Dick Donato, the winner of "Big Brother 8," returned to play the reality show in 2011, but mysteriously left early on, never revealing why he departed...until now. The reality TV villain says he's been living with HIV for three years.
A touching comedy about a gay man bonding with his estranged teenage son.
Ben Whishaw plays Richard, the grieving partner of a recently deceased young man whose mother (Cheng Pei Pei) never knew her son was gay. Or did she?
Lacking real scares or genuine laughs, "Crazy Bitches" is a crazy mess.
The first federal lawsuit seeking equal treatment for a same-sex couple in the U.S. is recounted in Thomas G. Miller's 73-minute documentary timeline of interviews and news clips.
In the Arts
"Grind: The Movie" an award-winning musical short film inspired by gay hook-up app culture featuring "Rent" star Anthony Rapp available for view online October 1.
EDGE's exclusive interview with "Million Dollar Listing Miami"'s Chris Leavitt. And in case you're wondering - yes - he's single.
This documentary questions the current consumer-driven college system that "encourages leniency rather than rigor" and capitalist expansion over the bare bones, hard work of learning.
Pack your bags and head to the Windy City for a smorgasbord of theatrical invention that unassumingly rivals its East Coast counterpart.
A TV show based on a movie based on a book is a tough sell. However, the magic of Minnie Driver and the strange voodoo magic of Jason Katims and his bizarre reboots make this series pretty decent. Sadly, there are no bonus features to speak of.
It is a welcome development that NMC and BBC Radio have been provided with the funding to archive this complex, 1991 opera by such the noted British composer.
When a baby is born, the first question we ask is whether it is a boy or a girl. However, at that point, you can tell what a baby's sex is, but they cannot yet tell you their gender.