LGBTQ Afghans are telling stories of fear and desperation, as allies and organizations battle to try and help them flee the Taliban, and threats of persecution and death.
A gay woman and Army vet said her male colleagues were harassing her. Her supervisor stood up for her—and found himself the target of internal investigations.
Lt. Col. Bree Fram talks about her fight to be her true trans self in the military, and the end of Trump’s ban. Wife Peg Fram reveals how they made their marriage work.
It is not just about sweatpants. For many, the pandemic has radically changed their attitude to fashion and self-image—and how they intend to present themselves in the future.
The finale’s poop scene shocked Murray Bartlett, too. He talks Armond’s fate and maybe future, facing past soap opera demons, turning 50, his gay screen roles, and being out.
In one of his last interviews, James C. Hormel told The Daily Beast’s Tim Teeman about how he fought back against the homophobia of Republican senators to make political history.
As a new season of “The L Word: Generation Q” begins, Leisha Hailey (Alice) and Katherine Moennig (Shane) reveal the secrets of their friendship, and how reality mirrors fiction.