You might recognize him from the music video for "I Luh You Papi."
“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences." How familiar are you with the work of two of America's foremost thinkers?
"I used a word I don’t use in my personal life. It’s not part of my vernacular."
LGBT people are using the Whisper app to share stories reminding us that, though a lot of progress has been made, it still hasn't gotten better for everyone.
How I learned to read Maya Angelou -- lessons America is still learning.
Spoilers. But also, come on.
"I can't stop crying. It's so beau—wait, why is T.I. rapping?"
We asked die-hard NYC Little Monsters what made them line up for Gaga's concert at 4 a.m.
"I owe a lot to the photos from Marky Mark's 1991 Calvin Klein underwear campaign."
These are some of the books that introduced me to myself.
Assuming you were ever in the closet to begin with. Inspired by this post.
However arresting and damning it feels to be called a bigot, I assure you, it is far more painful to endure bigotry itself.
Photographer Candace Feit has spent the last year documenting the lives of a community of people who call themselves "Kothi" in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Dare you to take this quiz at brunch.
We all have a lot of work to do.
"When I came out last month, I did it with the confidence that my Mizzou 'family' would always be there for me."
"It is revolutionary for any trans person to choose to be seen and visible in a world that tells us we should not exist." Orange Is the New Black's breakout star is ready for her close-up.
Well, are you?
There’s a weird edge to the way Hollywood idolizes beautiful black women. And that's putting it politely.
“We live for books.” ― Umberto Eco