If Fall Out Boy is the toast of the emo-rock scene, bassist and lyricist Pete Wentz is the butter and the jam. The exhibitionist talks about his gay posse and the one little thing keeping him from sealing the deal with a dude.
The Sci-Fi Network's Battlestar Galactica has touched on almost every political debate of the day—except gay rights. But wait, is someone on the Galactica ship making a run from the closet door?
Irrepressible TV legend Suzanne Somers is back in the spotlight, this time as purveyor of an eponymous line of food, jewelry, and beauty products. And gay men around the country are buying them up at private parties in the best Tupperware tradition. A look inside the strange new trend.
In March of 1987, Larry Kramer, was a last minute replacement for an ailing Nora Ephorn at New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center’s “Second Tuesday” lecture series. His angry and impassioned call to action in the face of the AIDS epidemic resulted in the formation that night of the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power, or ACTUP.
Commentary 2007-03-26 U.S. Army recruiter in New York lobs antigay, antiblack remarks at potential recruit Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, isn't the only mem
As a marketing executive at the Pepsi-Cola Company in the 1980s, Aaron Walton spearheaded the corporation’s sponsorships of major tours by Tina Turner, David Bowie, Gloria Estefan, and Michael Jackson. Since then the 46-year-old has harnessed the power of pop culture for a host of other brands—including GM, Levi Strauss, and Taco Bell—first as head of Aaron Walton Entertainment, which he sold to marketing and advertising behemoth Omnicom Group in 2001, and now as a partner in Walton/ Isaacson, with offices in Beverly Hills and Chicago.