"People like us have always existed. Society is just trying to catch up."
The episode sees Marge Simpson turn to drag in order to sell more Tupperware.
The animated Netflix series stars drag queens Trixie Mattel, Shangela and Ginger Minj.
"After almost a decade of fighting... I finally got surgery this week".
"I will fight to the death for the right to suspend disbelief and play roles beyond my experience."
The actor took to social media wearing a 'trans rights are human rights' tee.
"I can’t say I’m a very religious or even spiritual person, but in that moment, I felt taken care of."
"I thought that starring in my own TV show should make all of the pain of my childhood go away. It didn't."
The student held a banner that read: “I know I’m GAY, but can I take you STRAIGHT 2 HOMECOMING?”
"I think the biggest struggles are other people's perceptions and understandings, unpeeling that socialisation and realising whoever you’re attracted to is correct."
The star is engaged to Christian Carino, a talent agent.
"I remember learning as a kid that love meant loneliness and confusion."
Morgan McMichaels said he refused to be victimised.
“They left the show and have been together since."
The singer was criticised for dating a man after sharing a post on National Coming Out Day.
"I'm lucky I can live out loud and use my voice."
Sea Life Sydney has discovered their first ever same-sex penguin couple, Sphen and Magic – affectionately dubbed “Sphengic".
“For the LGBTQ community, Facebook is a way for you to come out, celebrate your pride and find support."