Lance Loud: A death in An American Family
January 22 2002 1:00 AM ET

A death in An American Family

Just days before he passed away on December 22, Lance Loud completed an essay about his life for The Advocate’s year-in-review issue, written from the hospice in which he lay dying. “For years I had told myself that all my unbridled drinking, drugging, and unsafe sex were going to lead exactly here,” he wrote. “But I’d never really believed it.”

From Rent to Russell
January 08 2002 1:00 AM ET

From Rent to Russell

Dennis Hensley

Anthony Rapp talks about costarring with Russell Crowe–and the bisexual subtext–in the Oscar hopeful A Beautiful Mind

December 24 2001 1:00 AM ET

This Is Mark Bingham

“Mark, this is your mom,” she said in her first message.

Our heroes
October 09 2001 12:00 AM ET

Our heroes

Mubarak Dahir

Whether it was by saving lives or simply living life to its fullest, gay men and lesbians were among the thousands of Americans who, on September 11, showed humanity’s true spirit

Pathways to success
October 08 2001 12:00 AM ET

Pathways to success

Jeremy Quittner

Despite challenging times on the nation’s economic front, employers are more gay-friendly than ever before

Does you mother know?
August 14 2001 12:00 AM ET

Does your mother know?

Victoria Scanlan Stefanakos

As the new movie The Deep End poignantly points out, our mothers can be our most formidable allies—and their activism only strengthens the more they learn about their gay children

Shedding her skin
April 22 2001 12:00 AM ET

Shedding her skin

Dennis Hensley

As Melissa Etheridge prepares her new CD, Skin, for its summer release, she talks for the first time about her split with Julie Cypher, the revelations in her upcoming book, and how she makes no apologies for turning her life into her art

Hillary: Up close and personal
October 10 2000 12:00 AM ET

Hillary: Up close and personal

David Kirby

In an exclusive interview, the first lady and Senate candidate talks in-depth for the first time about gay issues

Tempting gay employees
October 10 2000 12:00 AM ET

Tempting gay employees

Jeremy Quittner

The Advocate’s top ten companies for 2000 adds to a growing list of sweet workplaces for gays and lesbians

National focus for lesbian survivors
September 26 2000 12:00 AM ET

National focus for lesbian survivors

Sue Rochman

Although cancer is one of today’s most-talked-about diseases, it is rare for that conversation to focus on lesbians. But for three days in September, that’s exactly what happened when hundreds of people from lesbian cancer-advocacy organizations, the medical community, and government agencies gathered for the first-ever national symposium on lesbians and cancer.

Gay King Richard
September 26 2000 12:00 AM ET

Gay King Richard

Gregg Kilday

He won Survivor. He won fans, detractors—and $1 million. Now Richard Hatch speaks to the gay press for the first time about the secrets of his past and how being gay prepared him for his island challenge.

The accidental activist
July 04 2000 12:00 AM ET

The accidental activist

John Barrett

The Real World’s Danny talks about life in the public eye and dating a man in the military in the age of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”

Where should you work?
October 11 1999 12:00 AM ET

Where should you work?

Bruce Shenitz

Some of the biggest employers in the United States are also among the most gay-friendly

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