Satirical Song Draws Ire From Westboro

Satirical Song Draws Ire From Westboro

The owner of a New York gay bar knew he would get some attention for a song he wrote, but he didn't expect it would come from the very subjects of his song, members of the Westboro Baptist Church.

Hot Sheet: June 20, 2014

Hot Sheet: Wolf Hunting Season Begins

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Teen Wolf season 4, NOLA Pride, all about Yves (Saint Laurent), and the gay side of Jersey Boys.

Sam Smith's NYC Concert Makes Audience Swoon

The ‘Stay With Me’ crooner gave an amazing show at the Apollo (including a duet with Mary J. Blige).

PHOTOS: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films

PHOTOS: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films

Early Warhol films — never publicly shown and newly restored — are accompanied by new music from a range of performers.

WATCH: Ricky Martin Changes Lyrics in Protest of Morocco's Antigay Laws

WATCH: Ricky Martin Changes Lyrics in Protest of Morocco's Antigay Laws

While performing his hit 'She's All I Ever Had' at the 13th Mawazine World Rhythms Festival, the out singer switched the pronoun in the song to protest Morocco's antigay laws.

Hot Sheet: June 13, 2014

Hot Sheet: Pride Gone Wild

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include World Pride, Boston and Oregon Pride, Channing Tatum Pride, and some Dragon queens.

#TBT: Platter Party

#TBT: Platter Party

We celebrate Throwback Thursday with a few museum pieces from our archival record collection at the offices of The Advocate.

Song of the Summer? Meghan Trainor Is 'All About that Bass'

Trainor serves up bootylicious contender — and a video to match

WATCH: Sara Bareilles Helps Same-Sex Couple with Marriage Proposal

WATCH: Sara Bareilles Helps Woman Propose

Take a behind-the-scenes look at how Sara Bareilles helped Aly plan an unforgettable marriage proposal for her girlfriend Andrea in this exclusive video.

Op-ed: Why Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' Makes Me Cry

Op-ed: Why Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' Makes Me Cry

One song rising on the charts right now captures an aspect of gay life that anyone can relate to.

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