Elton John Writes About Freddie Mercury And Other Friends He Has Lost to AIDS

Elton John on the Friends He's Lost to AIDS

In this exclusive excerpt from his memoir Love is the Cure, the iconic entertainer reveals how his life was transformed by the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.

Sisterhood of the Traveling Panties Sally Bellerose and Leslea Newman

Sisterhood of the Traveling Panties

Lesbian authors Sally Bellerose and Leslea Newman talk about moms, kids, and spending 18 years on one novel.

The Real Story of the Female Hunter of Delaware County

The Real Story of the Female Hunter of Delaware County

Lucy Ann Lobdell quickly gained a reputation as a marksman during the 19th century. But after leaving home, Lobdell proved something different altogether — a transgender man.

Gore Vidal in The Advocate

Gore Vidal in The Advocate

The Advocate's cover story for October 31, 1995

Chris Colfer Tops New York Times Best Sellers List

Chris Colfer Tops New York Times Best Sellers List

Actor Chris Colfer can now add best-selling author to his impressive list of achievements as his first book The Land of Stories is poised to debut at the top of the New York Times list of best sellers.

Asexuals Among Us

Asexuals Among Us

Author Jesse Bering explains what it's like to be asexual in his new book.

Mick Jagger New Bio Claims He Hooked Up with Bowie, Nureyev

Mick Jagger: New Bio Claims He Hooked Up with Bowie, Nureyev...and Eric Clapton?

Legendary Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has long been regarded as a notorious ladies man, but a new biography claims he's also been intimate with late bandmate Brian Jones, David Bowie, Rudol

Everyone Gets Naked for Justin Luke Zirilli

Everyone Gets Naked for Justin Luke Zirilli

New York is famous for its literary movements. There was Dorothy Parker and the Algonquin Round Table, the Harlem Renaissance, the Beats, and so on.

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