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Quarantines could increase the risk of depression and suicidal thoughts among LGBTQ youth, according to a new report
The Trevor Project found the negative impacts of social distancing disproportionately affect queer and transgender youth.
From moving speeches to hilarious photo shoots, these are some of the most inspiring ways people have come out as transgender.
Quarantined drag queens are live-streaming jump splits from their living rooms, and fans are tipping over Venmo
Former 'RuPaul's Drag Race' contestant Laganja Estranja told Insider about the challenges of turning to online drag shows.
Transgender people are having to indefinitely postpone gender-affirming surgeries due to the coronavirus pandemic
While not all trans people want or need gender-affirming surgeries, these procedures can be the difference between life and death for some.
Elective surgeries are being postponed during the coronavirus outbreak. But my gender-affirming surgery isn’t optional — it’s life-s...
I've waited nearly a year for my surgery. Now, the growing coronavirus pandemic is threatening to take it away.
A person invited to the party tipped off authorities about the location and date of the party. Up to 30 people were expected to arrive at the orgy.
A transgender drag performer with coronavirus symptoms said it’s ‘the least scary’ thing she’s been through
Nicky Monet, known for her appearence on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," told Insider she developed severe symptoms 11 days into self-quarantine.
From FX's "Pose" and HBO's "Euphoria" to classics like NBC's "Will and Grace," here are some of the best series you can watch online.
People with HIV should not have a higher coronavirus risk if they take viral-suppressing drugs as usual, but many may struggle to get hold of medicati...
People with well-controlled HIV shouldn't be more vulnerable to the virus. But those who are undiagnosed or do not have health insurance need support.
The life and rise of Lilly Singh, the YouTube star who now hosts her own late night show and is now worth over $10 million
Lilly Singh emerged in 2013 as a YouTube personality known online as "Superwoman." She's now a late night TV star worth more than $10 million.