COMMENTARY: The Courage Campaign's Rick Jacobs calls out Orbitz over its dubious handling of the boycott being launched against the company for advertising on Fox News.
Pinups magazine continues to be a hit. Christopher Schulz’s simple format and modest production values befit his subject matter: regular guys.
A former editor in chief of The Advocate recalls his 1996 exclusive interview with Elizabeth Taylor in which she outed James Dean, called Bob Dole a
homophobe, and talked about her tireless AIDS activism.
This Friend of Gaga put his bad behavior behind him, made amends with former enemies, and is raising money for gay youth charities. Is it time to give Perez Hilton another chance?
Truth Wins Out executive director Wayne Besen says he thinks Lisa Ling did more harm than good with her special for the Oprah Winfrey Network, "Pray the Gay Away?"
The Lady in The Slaughter
As mainstream TV and film learn to feature positive gay and lesbian characters, advertisers — especially those producing spots for the Super Bowl — are struggling to find their gay-friendly footing.
As CBS works to create a more gay-inclusive prime-time lineup, the corporation's gay employees (from production assistants to corner office executives) are hoping to lend a hand.
Go behind the scenes at the GLAAD Media Awards with this clip from a special edition of The Advocate On-Air.
What do Sigourney Weaver, Adam Lambert, and Mississippi high schooler Constance McMillen have in common? To find out, watch The Advocate On-Air's Special GLAAD Edition.
Progressive radio darling Stephanie Miller knows she shocked some fans by coming out, but the sharp-tongued liberal wants everyone to know she's still a single, childless loser.
Daniel Schorr was a staple on the radio in Ari Shapiro's house while he was growing up. Now, Shapiro remembers the late NPR journalist — "Dan", his friend and colleague.
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