Is there such a thing as gay affirmative action? Could a well-meaning aid to the advancement of LGBTs result in more discrimination?
Nanette Gartrell pays tribute to former Secretary of Commerce Bob Mosbacher, the father of her partner, Dee. Mosbacher, one of the Republican Party’s most successful fund-raisers, passed away in January.
In the first of his biweekly columns, out actor David Moretti (The Lair) chronicles the life of a working actor and pulls a treacherous traveling quick change in pursuit of a role.
COMMENTARY: Kim Stolz wonders why certain U.S. senators refuse to comment on Uganda's "kill the gays" bill — a bill the White House, international human rights organizations, and even some typically conservative Christian groups have condemned.
Being "overtly gay" is still a liability (i.e. Adam Lambert's maligned AMAs performance), but if you're a hot, seemingly harmless female (Tila Tequila, Rihanna, and even Britney and Madge), playing gay can pay off big-time.