After going public on Friday, the app's stock rose by more than 400 percent.
Greensboro has topped a list in North Carolina for LGBTQ inclusivity in an annual ranking, the fifth year in a row the city has come in first place.
Helen Grace James has been fighting for her honorable discharge from the U.S. Air Force for 60 years. Now that she's won it, NPR's Scott Simon reflects on her career and the Lavender Scare.
In cities across the U.S. over the weekend, LGBT people and allies marched for Pride month, many protesting the Trump administration. LGBT Trump supporters say that makes such events too divisive.
Journalist Chadwick Moore says he's coming out. He's not coming out as gay — he did that a long time ago. Instead, Moore says he's abandoned the political left and has found a home on the right.
President Obama may use his executive authority to declare the site of the Stonewall riots in New York City as the first national monument dedicated to the struggle for LGBT rights.
Growing up, gay evangelicals may have thought they had to be one or the other. It's different now. At one welcoming Baptist church in Kentucky, a member says, gay congregants "walk through the door."
Page's new TV show on Viceland is called Gaycation. The actress and co-host Ian Daniel speak to NPR's Michel Martin about the show, in which they explore LGBT culture around the world.
Now on its third issue, The Tenth wants the fashion industry to stop seeing queer blacks folks as "the flavor of the month."
In Do I Sound Gay?, director David Thorpe searches for the origin of the so-called "gay voice" and documents his own attempts (with speech pathologist Susan Sankin) to sound "less gay."