Over her decades as a lesbian photographer and artist, Tee Corinne had said, "I'm one of the most obscure famous artists."
It's been a long time coming, but officials at the Alice Austen House on New York's Staten Island have thrown open the closet door, now fully embracing the lesbian pioneer and photographer who lived in the house with her longtime partner, Gertrude Tate.
The California Historical Society is digitizing photos of early LGBTQ Pride parades, SOMA leather bars and the Castro and Polk neighborhoods that it rediscovered in its archives. But background on the photographers is hard to come by.
Some say Pauli Murray is the most important American activist you've never heard of.
You could say that Glenn Burke, the first Major League Baseball player to come out, is having a good season.
A new digital exhibit at the Stonewall National Museum and Archives, "In Plain Sight," offers website visitors a digital timeline of LGBTQ achievements — including 800 entries across 10 categories.
In the final days before his execution in July 1943 at the hands of the Nazis, Willem Arondeus asked his lawyer for one last request: to spread a message after he was gone.
Deemed the "Happiest Place on Earth" Disneyland sadly didn't live up to that billing for same-sex couples during its first three decades.
Silicon Valley's LGBTQ community and others will be able to take a trip back in time this Pride weekend with a new historical exhibit about the region's history.
The Bay Area Reporter first mentioned what became HIV/AIDS about a month after the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's notice on June 5, 1981.
The final season of a podcast about the history of the LGBTQ rights movement will conclude with an episode about Stonewall that drops on June 28, the 52nd anniversary of the riots — and will precede a forthcoming podcast about Harry Britt.
Four years ago San Francisco planners released a list of nine LGBTQ historically significant sites they were eying to name as local landmarks.
Disabled people have long been invisible from history, and unsurprisingly, disabled LGBTQ historical figures too have been hidden.