Master of bashing
By Charles Kaiser
surprising news out of Washington this year is that Karl
Rove was one of the White House officials who t
Liberatore is 16 and lives in North East, Md.
Life is hard.
Adults tell us we can a
When this gay activist headed to Texas last month, he didn’t have George W. Bush on his mind but rather the simple quest for truth and peace.
A California state senator who helped lead the fight for marriage equality makes her case for fair treatment: If the state takes away gay citizens’ rights, who will be next?
It’s not just California: Gay and lesbian families are winning important victories and vital recognition throughout the country. A report from the front lines in Utah, Virginia, Maryland, and beyond.
We know how limited our resources are in the battle for equality, and how skittish our allies. So why waste time, money, and goodwill on denouncing Family Guy and railing against a Supreme Court shoo-in like John Roberts?
In an intimate
interview, Arrested Development star Portia de
Rossi talks for the first time about coming out to grandma
and finding happiness with Ellen DeGeneres
Looking at Logo
By Bruce Vilanch
The first thing I
saw on Logo was a commercial about genital herpes. But
I get ahead of myself. I came to Logo, which is
Just in time for
back-to-school, Sundance Channel presents a new
documentary series that follows the everyday lives of four
transgender college students
Lizama is 19 and lives in Lakewood, Wash.
Ever since I
realized I was gay at age 14, I wa
With a new book of collected essays, activist, author, and radio host Michelangelo Signorile throws out his latest challenge to anybody—make that everybody—who stands in the way of LGBT rights
What would Jesus
do, indeed. Hundreds of straight religious leaders are
coming out in support of gay men and lesbians—both in
speaking to their congregations and lobbying lawmakers
Fall 2005 books
Crashing America by Katia Noyes (Alyson, $14.95): One
part Eileen Myles, one
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