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This Is Why the LGBTQ Community Will Mourn the Death of Hal Prince

As far as we know, Hal Prince was not gay. But in the course of his extraordinary career in theater, he changed the lives of countless members of the LGBTQ community. He crafted...

This Is Why the Future Will Be Queer

More than half of Generation Z (age 13 to 20) does not identify as strictly heterosexual. Whereas 65% of Millennials consider themselves completely heterosexual, only 48% of Gen Z...

Don’t Miss Your Chance to See Adam Lambert Fronting Queen

With the success of the movie Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen is back for a whole new generation — and they’re making the most of it. The band was formed in 1970 by the late Freddie...

This is How Gay Actor Kevin Spacey Beat Sexual Assault Charges

Prosecutors in Nantucket have dropped the groping case against gay actor Kevin Spacey. The former House of Cards star was facing a felony charge of indecent assault and battery...

This Is What’s Queer about the 2019 Emmy Awards Nominations

Though we’ve still got months before big screen awards season heats up, TV gets its big night September 22. Some of last year’s big LGBTQ-themed winners included The...

Pride Continues with These Local Stonewall 50 Exhibits

The Big Apple clearly values the impact its vibrant gay community has had on the ever-changing face of New York. And as the world looked this year to NYC for WorldPride and the...

Did You Miss These? Our Top LGBT Stories of the Week

Metrosource wants to put you at the center of LGBTQ culture, with a wide array of features that cover topics that range from politics to entertainment, celebrity and personal...

This Is How AIDS Killed “America’s Favorite Dad,” Actor Robert Reed

Actor Robert Reed shocked the nation when he died suddenly on May 12, 1992 from AIDS-related colon cancer. He lived his entire life in the closet, although those closest to him...

Here’s How to Help LGBTQ Political Targets across the Globe

There are still some 75 countries across the globe that criminalize or penalize LGBTQ people because of sexual orientation or gender identity. For example — and hard as it is to...

Here’s How to See LGBTQ History and More at the Newseum in Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C.’s Newseum bills itself as the premiere interactive institution for documents and objects which chronicle free expression and our First Amendment Rights....

These Are 20 WorldPride Photos That Will Show You What It Was Like

NYC WorldPride 2019 was massive, empowering, political and beautiful. It was enough to you cry, enough to make you cheer, enough to make you dance. But perhaps most importantly of...

This Is What It Looks Like to Be Dripping with Pride

What happens when an interactive artist confronts a charged political climate meet during Pride month? A fashion statement. Caring for the Community Motivated by his concern for...