The Year's 10 Best Transgender Non-Fiction Books

The Year's 10 Best Transgender Non-Fiction Books

Trans non-fiction writing has had a banner year, exploring love, sexuality, and family in deep and refreshing ways. Read about 10 of the best new offerings.

PHOTOS: Men of the Outback

PHOTOS: Men of the Outback

Paul Freeman's series of photo books of extraordinarily beautiful men in the Australian Outback has a new edition: Dusk.

Hot Sheet: October 31, 2014

Hot Sheet: Happy Hallowqueen

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include the dark side of Angelina Jolie, Aretha Franklin, a real American hero, and a horny Daniel Radcliffe.

Why We Need a Gay Titan of Industry

In his book The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out is Good Business, John Browne, the former CEO of BP, says we're missing the homophobia that persists in the boardroom

Excerpt: Sex, Objectification, STD Tests, and Writing a Trans 'Nonfiction Novel'

Sex, Objectification, and Writing Trans Nonfiction

Elliott Deline tells The Advocate his new book gets more 'autobiographical, and arguably more scandalous' than ever before, touching on his relationships to sex, alcohol, love, and being made a 'spectacle' as a trans person.

PHOTOS: Rare Barbra

PHOTOS: Rare Barbra

Many previously unpublished photos grace a career-spanning book, Streisand: In the Camera Eye.

New Book Tells Bisexual Men's Stories

New Book Tells Bisexual Men's Stories

Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men, from the Bisexual Resource Center, shines a light on the diversity of bi men.

PHOTOS: The Moving History of a Gay Jewish Congregation

PHOTOS: The Moving History of a Gay Jewish Congregation

The book Changing Lives, Making History: Congregation Beit Simchat Torah is a testament to LGBT love, spirituality, and persistence.

BOOKS: Jeremy Kost's Fractured

PHOTOS: Jeremy Kost's Fractured

The shards of images in Kost's new book create something both dreamlike and tangible.

Gay Is Good: The Letters of Franklin Kameny

Gay Is Good: The Letters of Franklin Kameny

The activism of Frank Kameny is brought to vivid life by a new book of his forthright, forward-thinking letters, proving the pen is indeed mightier than the sword.

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