I don't know if I've changed The Advocate, but it certainly changed me.
The Advocate's news editor on the role of civility in the equality movement.
A gay man who works with homeless LGBT youth explains why now is not the time for rest.
This couple can't understand how Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas, who's in an interracial marriage, can't sympathize with same-sex partners seeking marriage rights.
The experiences of a gay man in Bahrain demonstrate that things are difficult but not hopeless for LGBT people in homophobic nations.
A disabled trans lesbian explains how the U.S.'s 'marriage penalty' on disability benefits prices out some of the most vulnerable LGBT people, despite Friday's ruling.
The global community was paying attention to our Supreme Court on Friday. This Australian believes the ruling should pressure the world, including his resistant home country, to embrace LGBT rights.
Go inside the impassioned hearing that led to the protection of New York's historic Stonewall Inn.
A gay Los Angeles resident reflects on the nation's, and his own, journey toward marriage equality.