Alan Chambers doesn’t like to be labeled as straight, bisexual, gay, or ex-gay.
Michelangelo Signorile has apologized for telling a gay Romney voter who called his radio show that he may as well have taken arsenic.
The comparison prompted a response from Log Cabin and some distancing remarks from LGBT leaders.
Activists and pundits discuss the impact of public figures who decide to come out quietly.
Michelangelo Signorile discusses the differences between Andrew Cuomo and Barack Obama.