Writer and activist Jasmyne Cannick has some things to say about the black gay film Dirty Laundry being pulled from a Chelsea theater.
Four years after his queer sitcom fizzled, Jason Bateman earned a Golden Globe award and an Emmy nomination for playing the quintessential straight man on Fox’s Arrested Development; even so, gays are still some of his best friends.
While listening to the former vice president discuss climate change in the backyard of a Los Angeles estate on a chilly Friday night, Advocate deputy editor Rachel Dowd suddenly realizes why the world is better off without Al Gore as president of the United States.
On November 7 the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act -- a formerly LGBT rights bill that was stripped of the T in the belief that that would make it an easier sell. Transgender activist and former Human Rights Campaign board member Donna Rose assesses the cost of that strategy and talks about picking up the pieces.
It can happen wordlessly, as in a women’s restroom, where I sometimes catch a fellow patron’s gaze tracking from my face to my breasts and back again, her attitude one of idle curiosity or confusion, occasionally disgust or hostility.