When it comes to paving the way for the representation and liberation of marginalized people, including the LGBTQ+ community, Black women have always been in the forefront. As the nation moves to a place of healing and acceptance, those legacies and stories of leadership will continue to be told.

Photo by: (Left) Frankie Knuckles by Steve Eichner/Getty Images. (Top Right) Jesse Saunders by Raymond Boyd/Getty Images. (Bottom Right) JM Silk by Paul Natkin/Getty Images. It’s the first day of June, and you know what that means! Happy Pride Month! As we kick off Pride month and Black Music Month, we have to give a specific […]

In celebration of Pride Month, here are some of our favorite stars who represent the LGBTQIA+ community, and create space for aspiring creatives to feel seen and heard!

Billy Porter opens up about the harsh reality of tolerance in America and respecting each others humanity, despite sexual orientation.

The Pose co-star opens about his life in Birmingham, the impact of his Alma Mater, Howard University and being a queer person in America.

Billy Porter opens up about his incredible relationship with fellow 'Pose' and Urban One Honors Represent Pride Honoree, Ryan Jamaal Swain.

The singer's comments about sexuality and sexual experiences have been met with criticism online -- but it's his support of the LGBTQ community that has folks talking.