The law had elicited an outcry from Democrats and businesses that said it allowed discrimination against transgender individuals.
Mr. Roth, a multimedia artist from the Lower East Side, returns to the night life as the creative director of the granddaddy of the gay “circuit” parties, which turns 38 this year.
The energy secretary complained that students colluded to advance “diversity” over democracy at Texas A&M.
Among Dr. Weinberg’s books were “Society and the Healthy Homosexual,” which rejected the prevalent idea that homosexuality was a psychological disorder.
After an apparent reversal by government censors, Disney’s live-action remake will open on March 30 without changes, two major cinema companies said.
The company apologized on Monday for the way its family-friendly restricted mode had filtered some videos.
The Democratic governor, Roy Cooper, is seeking common ground with a Republican legislature even as he fights off its efforts to curb his power.
A gay character? This progressive open-mindedness will not stand!
A program in California seeks to connect transgender workers with employers happy to have them.
Dr. Nicolosi was an influential voice in the “ex-gay” movement, but his contentious views marginalized him within the mental-health profession.
More than a quarter of the models who walked in the fall 2017 shows were minorities, a report found.
On this week’s podcast, the “Billions” actress reads Liza Monroy’s essay about marrying her gay best friend in Las Vegas.
Government censors had ordered that a brief, gay-themed scene be cut, and the studio’s refusal means the film will not open Thursday in Malaysia as scheduled.
Harrison Browne, a transgender man in the National Women’s Hockey League, is planning to retire at the end of the season to undergo a physical transition.
One man’s recipe for faith in America.
The parade organizers, the Allied War Veterans Council of South Boston, voted unanimously late Friday to reverse their decision made on Tuesday to exclude the group, OutVets.
A reader’s inquiry reveals that the 1971 movie “Shaft” contains a valuable glimpse of gay political history — and a lampoon of The Times.
Organizers told gay and transgender military veterans that they would not be allowed to march on March 17 after two years of L.G.B.T. inclusion in the event.
A transgender student calls the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear a case on use of school bathrooms “unfathomable.”
Vitaly V. Milonov, a lawmaker who championed a 2013 law against “homosexual propaganda,” says the new Disney movie shows “perverted sexual relations.”
The company may ultimately be able to assemble the largest directory of transgender-friendly bathrooms, but it is not the first to try.
The justices vacated an appeals court decision in favor of a transgender boy, Gavin Grimm, and sent the case back for further consideration.
Theater companies are resurrecting gay history by taking the axiom “you had to be there” literally in new immersive shows.
A Facebook post from the owners said they would “not compromise on what the Bible teaches.” It’s not clear that Disney planned to show the film there.
An increasing number of agencies are beginning to specialize in casting them.
Dozens of companies, including Amazon and Apple, signed on to a brief in support of Gavin Grimm’s fight against his school district over which bathrooms he may use.
Bill Condon said that the manservant LeFou, played by Josh Gad, has a “nice, exclusively gay moment” in the Disney film. Commence internet meltdown.
A response to a hypothetical question in Israel causes a stir.
There are echoes of “Paris Is Burning” in this documentary, which chronicles a tight-knit community in New York. Yet there is a striking absence of elder mentors.