Tuesday's Senate hearing sparked what promises to be the biggest discussion of "don't ask, don't tell" since the antigay policy was instituted in 1993. So The Advocate is spotlighting some of the biggest voices on both sides of the debate.
Reprentatives Baldwin, Polis, and Frank held a hearing on Capitol Hill Thursday regarding the deadly "kill the gays" bill making its way through the Ugandan parliament.
Aid for AIDS International, a New York-based nonprofit that provides HIV medications and education to third-world countries, is working to get antiretrovirals to the devastated nation of Haiti — the organization's executive director Jesus Aguais tells us how you can help their effort.
Amanda Simpson has taken the heat and the glory as the first transgender presidential appointee. But was she beaten to the punch by the Department of Labor's Dylan Orr (pictured), or even possibly by a woman hired by Bill Clinton?
Blogger Jeremy Hooper talks about being featured with his husband, Andrew Shulman, as the first gay couple in Martha Stewart Weddings.