Currently seen in "Treadstone," the actor said he felt "completely alone" growing up in suburban Texas.
The tech impresario was honored for his LGBTQ advocacy work at the 2019 GLSEN Respect Awards in Los Angeles.
Queer people share the words of wisdom they wish they could go back in time and give their younger selves.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor and openly gay presidential candidate said he would overhaul FDA rules that ban sexually active gay men from donating blood.
Reflecting on discrimination and stigma, the rapper said that as a boy, he prayed being gay was a phase he'd grow out of.
The "Old Town Road" rapper told Ellen DeGeneres he was inspired by young fans "who won’t have to go through stuff like this in the future.”
Singh reflected on her journey since coming out to her closest friends a year ago.
Ryan O’Callaghan, who played for the New England Patriots and came out in 2017, said he regularly hears from closeted current athletes.
The *NSYNC star told Andy Cohen he'd told Spears he was gay right after her hasty 2004 nuptials: "It made her stop crying."
Bryden Giving says his family's love of the talk show host helped them understand the LGBTQ community in a profound way.
Hundreds called for Rafi Peretz's resignation after he made the controversial remarks in a weekend interview.
"It was the scariest thing I've ever done in my life," the 17-year-old said.
“‘Mulan’ is a really clear story where, particularly, her gender expression was so woven into this narrative,” Yang told YouTuber Hannah Hart.
The internet star wrote, choreographed and directed the music video entitled "I'm Gay."
Brigham Young University grad Matt Easton told Ellen DeGeneres that reconciling his Mormon faith with his authentic self is still a "really scary" process.
Matty Easton, a political science major at the Mormon church-owned Brigham Young University, declared to cheers that he is "proud to be a gay son of God."
The "Dear Evan Hansen" star told Ellen DeGeneres he's hopeful that sexuality can "just be a part of who you are and part of the work” now.
A hug in my attic one afternoon changed everything.
The YouTuber said she's "fully embracing" her superpowers.
The Disney Channel's Joshua Rush said, "We need to support and love all kids in every way we can."