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Read the latest commentary from The Advocate, the leading source for LGBT news and politics. Discover what public figures and pundits have to say about gay issues and topics that touch the lives of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community and its allies. Find op-eds from columnists like HIV activist Tyler Curry or Advocate.com editors Michelle Garcia and Neal Broverman. The experts weigh in on the latest developments in the LGBT rights movement, and The Advocate offers an outlet for their commentary.
The Impending Veto

The People v. Loving

Forty years after the Lovings won the freedom to marry, gays and lesbians are still denied what the Supreme Court deemed a "basic civil right."

Stop Being Gross

Stop Being Gross

The closeted man’s guide to being outed

Shooting the Messenger

Shooting the Messenger

Larry Craig and Merv Griffin couldn’t be more different, but the response to media coverage of their sexuality was the same: How dare you? Christopher Lisotta talks to the journalists who became the controversy.

The Accidental Homo

The Accidental Homo

Project Greenlight star Pete Jones never envisioned his second film as a gay movie, but he managed to make one anyway. Is this progress?

Matthew Broderick

Big Gay Following: Matthew Broderick

Some 25 years after his breakthrough role as a gay teen in Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song Trilogy, Sarah Jessica Parker's husband dishes on past flops and the gay icons in his life.

Family Trauma

Family Trauma

When her partner was rushed to the hospital with massive bleeding in the brain from an aneurysm, Janice Langbehn and their three kids weren’t allowed to see her until she died

The Object of Our Affection

The Object of Our Affection

Her husband let us down, she won’t support marriage equality, but still we can’t stop dreaming about Hillary. Sean Kennedy sits down with the front-runner for the White House and finds out what’s keeping the romance alive.

Lesbian After Marriage

Jennifer Baumgardner takes a look at the newest acronym in female sexuality and discovers that what a woman wants changes as she does.

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

Antigay family values defend the girls of the Big Easy and attack the boys of Boise.

By backing Obama, Oprah leaves queers behind

Queen of daytime talk Oprah Winfrey is omnipresent and omnipotent. Her monthly oracle — O, The Oprah Magazine — pontificates the principles of self-help, self-love, and self-giving. Her image floods newsstands. Bookstores stockpile their inventory with her choice for the book of the month. And presidential hopefuls genuflect before her to win voters.

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