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A combination of festive outdoor event and fundraiser, the roots of the swirling tie-dyed dance form goes back to the earliest days of gay culture, and even decades before.
Coming out is tough. Enter, then, "Coming Out Simulator 2014," which not only takes you back to that first time but hands you the keys to someone else's coming out tale.
From the archives of 60 Minutes, a look back at Morley Safer's 1975 report on a bizarre strategy one pro baseball team used to gain an edge.
The Christian right prayer and panic machine went into overdrive this week upon learning that comic book icon Archie would die taking a bullet for his gay best friend. Here's a partial round up.
Singapore officials are banning "Archie" comics because the series depicts a same-sex wedding.
The Arizona town bordering the Grand Canyon is planning new developments, including restaurants and hotels. Ben Tracy reports on the debate over the national landmark's future.
Thor is now a Goddess of Thunder.
A popular progressive female reverend from the United Kingdom was accidentally outed on live television this week after a news anchor asked her about being gay.
Police are looking for a man who took a selfie during the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. Using recording devices was banned during the event this year. Bob Schieffer of "Face the Nation" had some advice for would-be selfie-takers.
Freckle-faced Archie will meet his demise when he intervenes in an assassination attempt on senator Kevin Keller, Archie Comics' first openly gay character, who's pushing for more gun control in Riverdale.