Michelangelo Signorile: We've Only Just Begun

Michelangelo Signorile: We've Only Just Begun

Ever the rabble-rouser, Michelangelo Signorile, author of the new book It’s Not Over, offers sobering lessons for the future of LGBT rights.

The 'Inappropriate Behavior' Double Standard

The 'Inappropriate Behavior' Double Standard

From Michelangelo Signorile's It's Not Over.

18 Must-Read LGBT Books We Missed Last Year

18 Must-Read LGBT Books We Missed Last Year

Whether it's a closeted lesbian senator, bisexual professors, transgender steelworkers, or a sweet gay couple making ice cream in the Midwest, there's something for everyone on this list.

Hot Sheet: Weirdos of WonderCon, Lizzie Borden, and a Deadly STD

Hot Sheet: It Follows, WonderCon Weirdos and Lizzie Borden

The upcoming week's entertainment lineup includes a gay nerd convention and a horror film that turns the joy of sex into a nightmare.

PHOTOS: Super Mario (Testino)

PHOTOS: Super Mario (Testino)

Mario Testino’s latest book explores the image of men over the last three decades.

Hot Sheet: March 20, 2015

Hot Sheet: Farewell to Glee, Keep on Looking

We say goodbye to Glee, hope it's just a 'see you later' to Looking, and get Insurgent in this week's entertainment highlights.

In Memoir, Barney Frank Lives Up to His Name

In Memoir, Barney Frank Lives Up to His Name

The former congressman talks to The Advocate about his autobiography and, as we've grown to expect, doesn't hold back.

Jamaican Novelist Marlon James Recalls Life-Saving Move To America

His first novel is titled, The Book of Night Women.

#TBT: When Cross-Dressing Was a Crime

#TBT: When Cross-Dressing Was a Crime

Over 40 American cities passed antidrag laws in the late 1800s. How did that shape the definition of gender normality?  Arresting Dress: Cross-Dressing, Law, and Fascination in 19th Century San Francisco explains.

Star Wars Gets First Official LGBT Character
May 04 2015 6:23 PM ET

Star Wars' First Out Character

May 4th is not only Star Wars Day, but a time of diversity in a galaxy far, far away, as the first LGBT character is introduced in a new novel.

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