Meet Loretta Weinberg, the bubbe behind New Jersey’s gay rights revolution.
Low approval ratings, crushing state deficits, a cold shoulder from Obama--it’s not easy being David Paterson. But in an exclusive interview, New York’s governor explains why he remains a champion of LGBT rights.
Former news anchor Charles Pugh becomes Detroit’s first openly gay black city council president -- with the help of endorsements from the Council of Baptist Pastors and several individual pastors.
Last year, acclaimed stage performer Terri White was homeless and living in a public park. On Sunday, she and her partner held a leather-themed commitment ceremony onstage following her triumphant Broadway turn in Finian’s Rainbow.
New York's Gotham Knights, the gay rugby team 9/11 hero Mark Bingham was in the process of cofounding when his life was tragically cut short, has shot its first calendar.
Ever since celebrity blogger and YouTube sensation B. Scott first saw Shemar Moore's "ding-ding," he knew he had to make "videos." Now, the host of The B. Scott Show has set his sights on Ellen, Oprah, Tyra -- and Conan O’Brien.
Journalist Charles Perez made headlines when he was fired from an ABC affiliate in Miami after accusing the station of antigay bias. But things are looking up. Advocate.com goes behind the scenes of Perez's Connecticut wedding to partner Keith Rinehard.