Day In Gay America

Antigay activists want Americans to believe LGBT people will destroy the family. But our Day in Gay America project, which asked for reader photos from August 12, shows just the opposite.

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As part of our look into the everyday lives of LGBT people across the nation, we invite you inside the world of the The Advocate for a snapshot of life on August 12, 2011.

October 26 2011 4:00 AM

Many of this year's participants in the Day in Gay America project were in their teen years or early twenties,  perhaps living it differently than those who came before them.

October 25 2011 4:00 AM

Gay people really do have all kinds of jobs. When we asked readers to send in their photos for A Day in Gay America, the diversity of your workplaces became clearer than ever.

October 21 2011 4:00 AM

Part four of the "Day in Gay America" photo series heads to work with gay Americans, including Christopher Allen, Jennifer Higgins, and Anastasia Genouzos as they prepare for Vote for Equality’s Harvey Milk Day canvass in Los Angeles.

August 02 2010 5:00 AM

Part three of the "Day in Gay America" photo series goes into the homes of gay Americans, including artist Dan Connery working on a series of life-size nudes.

July 26 2010 6:40 AM

For part two of The Advocate's Day in Gay America 2010 series, readers show us how they kick back, relax and, in the case of Vernita Gray and Pat Ewart, enjoy some Starbucks in Chicago's Boystown.

July 19 2010 5:00 AM

What's it look like to be gay in America today? We asked readers — including photographer John Arsenault — to submit photos from Friday, May 21, 2010. This is part 1.

July 12 2010 4:00 AM