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The Advocate is the world's leading source of LGBT news and politics. Discover the most recent articles published in the print issue, which is the oldest and largest gay magazine in the United States. Sort through The Advocate print issue archives to find articles written by the founders of the modern-day LGBT rights movement like Vito Russo and Gore Vidal. Find out about the historic magazine that was inspired by a police raid of a Los Angeles gay bar and has grown to become a prominent voice for topics related to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and its allies.
Master Curation: How to Find Queer Hints in Art

Master Curation: How to Find Queer Hints in Art

A queer sensibility can be found in London’s National Portrait Gallery. You just need to know where — and how — to look.

Changing the T for LGBs

Changing the T for LGBs

The nationwide discussion surrounding trans visibility is essential for other queer people, too.

How LGBT Liberation Connects to the Oldest Profession

How LGBT Liberation Connects to the Oldest Profession

Rather than ignore the centuries-long relationship between sex work and queer liberation, we should embrace it, writes editor at large Diane Anderson-Minshall.

What Trans Movement?

What Trans Movement?

Caitlyn Jenner’s story is an important one. But stories like hers alone cannot sustain a movement of racially and culturally diverse trans men and women seeking community and visibility.

What Do Recent Signs Say About the Pope?

What Do Recent Signs Say About the Pope?

Diplomatic dispute calls Francis’ openness to LGBTs into question.

New Zealand’s North Island

New Zealand’s North Island

Renowned for their vistas and world-class LGBT-friendliness, Auckland, Wellington, Hawke’s Bay, and Waiheke Island charm visitors.

Five Days in Maui

Five Days in Maui

A few days on Hawaii could recharge anyone, but at one particular oasis, the focus on inner peace made for a perfect escape.

Blame It on the Queers!

Blame It on the Queers!

Doomsayers and the things that definitely happened because of LGBTs.

Get to Know Cuba's Santa Mariela

Get to Know Cuba's Santa Mariela

Mariela Castro, the Cuban president’s daughter, has made the country safe for LGBT people on the island. Now that Americans hope to visit more freely, what’s next?

LGBTs and the National Parks

LGBTs and the National Parks

The gay ranger who is helping make the National Park Service a little more queer.

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