LGBTQ Pride Month is officially underway. We’re sharing words of wisdom from successful entrepreneurs in this 1.4 million-strong community.
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning.
Pride-themed merchandise isn’t a bad start — provided it stays on your shelves. But truly lifting up the LGBTQ community is a year-round act.
Actress Jodie Whittaker, the world’s first female Doctor Who, is lending her talents and platform to a new equity initiative.
The collection “Your Skin” will feature binding and tucking garments frequently worn by transgender and gender-fluid people.
Students’ push to welcome trans men and nonbinary students remains at odds with Wellesley’s policy of admitting applicants who identify as women.
These women have earned success despite launching and scaling in a world that’s working against them.
Comedian Molly Kearney will make their “Saturday Night Live” debut when the longtime sketch comedy show returns for its 48th season.
The streamer’s reboot of the beloved sports film tackles what the movie didn’t: race and sexuality.
Karine Jean-Pierre is a longtime aide of Joe Biden’s.
Kaegan Mays-Williams isn’t running to make history. She just wants a seat at the damn table.
Since her debut during the game show’s Trans Awareness Week, contestant Amy Schneider has been leaving competitors in the dust. And she’s not done yet.
From nonbinary candidates to feisty environmentalists, these Election Day 2020 victors are welcome signs of progress.
Leslie Feinzaig, CEO of the Female Founders Alliance, wants to help women and nonbinary business owners rake in cash by teaching them how to pitch to investors.
As more cities and states enact legislation to ensure contracting opportunities for LGBT business owners, advocates rejoice – and set their sights on federal-level policy shifts.
A growing number of companies are working to effectively, respectfully engage transgender consumers through ad campaigns and inclusive company policies. Experts explain why — and what it takes to get it right.