The legislation, endorsed in a referendum, will also allow same-sex couples to use sperm banks and to adopt children for the first time.
The annual festival celebrated 10 years of drag, queerness and artistry this month, but some local queens want more.
Mr. Buckley was a well known fashion journalist who, despite being married to Tom Ford, largely avoided being the story.
Forty years after her appointment as the court’s first female justice, it’s worth reflecting on the path she took.
Augustus, laden with championship rings and now an assistant with the Los Angeles Sparks, first realized her true strength fighting for L.G.B.T.Q. rights.
After a record-breaking single, a tentative EP, a public coming out and another newsworthy smash, the 22-year-old pop sensation offers a fuller view of his inner world.
At 18, the “Dance Moms” and internet star is returning to reality TV as half of the first same-sex partnership on “Dancing on the Stars.”
Last week Nassib, 28, became the first openly gay player to compete in an N.F.L. game. Teammates, the news media and observers casually noted the feat, then cheered his game-changing play.
Mr. Polis is the first sitting governor to have a same-sex wedding.
After recording “I Was Born This Way,” a club favorite, he entered the ministry and founded a church for the L.G.B.T.Q. community.
With the growing visibility of gender-nonconforming and transgender people, the scope of feminism is fast evolving. Now two major museum shows in California explore the impact on art.
What does “The Wild Party,” an obscure but chillingly prescient book-length poem from the twilight of the Jazz Age, tell us about our own era?
In posts on Twitter and Instagram, the couple shared the first photograph of their newborn son and daughter.
The exhibit, which examined Kansas City’s contributions to the gay rights movement, was supposed to be in the Capitol building until the end of the year.
In her new essay collection, the writer wants to enunciate all the meanings and manifestations of the word that our current conversation obscures.
Rabih Alameddine writes about topics many would rather forget. In his new book, “The Wrong End of the Telescope,” he tells the story of a transgender doctor attempting to care for people fleeing war-torn Syria.
The activist Xulhaz Mannan, who had started a gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender magazine, was hacked to death in a machete attack in 2016.
It is not the gay Black person who becomes an instrument of a white supremacist attack on Black masculinity. It is the Black homophobe.
For many couples, it’s less about a perfectly equal division of tasks, and more about communication and respect.
Early Liberty teams regularly contended for the W.N.B.A. championship and built an enduring connection with fans.
A queer outlook suffuses the photographer’s wide-ranging works, from streetscapes and still lifes to Elizabeth Taylor’s closet.
The transportation secretary said that the process was not yet complete but that he and his husband “can’t wait to share more soon.”
Katie Heaney used to take multiple-choice quizzes to determine whether she was gay or straight. Turns out, she had the answers all along.
Samuel Bronfman, heir to the Seagram fortune, was abducted by two men who confessed to the crime. But then their story evolved wildly, and the jury believed it. Was it all a lie?
The actor was recently quoted as saying that he had decided to “retire” the word his daughter calls the “f-slur” after she objected to a joke he made.
Anthony Veasna So died before the release of his first book, “Afterparties,” but his loved ones, mentors and newfound fans are making it a particularly significant debut.
Mainstream horror rarely lets queer women be the heroes. The Netflix trilogy takes a defiant stance with a relationship that covers centuries.
A peek into a hot boy summer filled with new highs, disappointment and growth.
Her 1925 book, “Lesbian Love,” is one of the earliest examples of American lesbian literature. She also ran Eve’s Hangout, a literary haunt in Manhattan.
In the 1950s, the Fire Island hamlet was a refuge for gay men and lesbians. Dozens of enlarged photos from the era are now on view outside the New-York Historical Society.
New Jersey’s attorney general will apologize and vacate penalties against bars shuttered in the 20th century for allowing gay patrons to congregate.
After a more cautious Pride last year, many New Yorkers were eager to be together again: “Bro, the energy is amazing.”
The steamy weather, with a heat index above 100, is expected until Thursday, and the city opens centers where people can keep cool.
An encouraging note from Pope Francis capped an especially disorienting week on the Vatican’s stance toward gay rights.
At least, not by the Gap.
Carl Nassib, the N.F.L. player who made history this week when he came out as gay, has long yearned to make a difference in the world.
There are plenty of ways to celebrate, from several grass-roots marches to a 10K run with beer tastings.
When Euro 2020 organizers blocked a Pride display at a soccer stadium in Munich, arenas in other cities silently rallied to the cause.
From colorful baseball team logos to Vice President Kamala Harris’s historic appearance at a Pride parade, officials and organizations are paying tribute to the L.G.B.T.Q. community in new ways.
Thursday: The debate over flying the Pride flag in the Central Valley.
E.U. leaders say that they will do all they can to thwart a proposed new law in Hungary that would, they say, equate homosexuality with pedophilia.
After a more subdued 2020, we’re closing out a revived Pride Month with parties, demonstrations and family celebrations.
The number of publicly out L.G.B.T.Q. athletes in men’s biggest pro leagues lags far behind that in women’s sports. Will Carl Nassib’s announcement change that?
The move prompted cries of political meddling from liberal politicians and gestures of gratitude from conservatives. A church historian called it “an unprecedented act.”
The lighting plan was meant as a statement against a new law in Hungary, whose team is taking on Germany on Wednesday. UEFA said the request was too political.
“I’ve been meaning to do this for a while now,” the N.F.L. lineman said. He comes from a football family, was a standout at Penn State and has taught his teammates about personal finance.
The Raiders defensive lineman came out in a statement posted to his Instagram account on Monday, becoming the first active player in the league to publicly identify as gay.
The Eastland Cove Homeowners Association in Broward County, Fla., said it was not on a list of approved flags. A couple face an initial fine of up to $50.
The Irish entertainer is known for his freewheeling talk show, but in his novel “Home Stretch” he explores what it’s like for a gay man to return to his home and find both it and himself wholly transformed.
She was the first openly gay woman to speak to a major party’s national convention, asking Democrats in 1972 to include an anti-discrimination plank in their platform.