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The A-List Interview: David Walton
September 17 2014 4:00 AM ET

The A-List Interview: David Walton

Brandon Voss

From his gay role in Burlesque to his fluctuating spot on the Kinsey scale, here's what you should know about the guy in NBC's About a Boy.

The Media Pioneers Will Be Gay
September 16 2014 4:00 AM ET

The Media Pioneers Will Be Gay

Joe Pompeo

Gay and lesbian journalists are now out and leading innovative new publications. Have generations of marginalization in media created the best, most skeptical minds?

PHOTOS: Gay Warriors
September 15 2014 4:00 AM ET

PHOTOS: Gay Warriors

Advocate.com Editors

Numbers Crunch: Prostitution
September 12 2014 10:00 AM ET

Numbers Crunch: Prostitution

Alex Panisch

A few historic stats on the world's oldest job. This one's a freebie.

New Generation Discovers Disco's Sylvester
September 12 2014 9:00 AM ET

New Generation Discovers Disco's Sylvester

Jerry Portwood

A new generation discovers the inspiring disco queen’s story.

Amazon's 'Transparent' is Great Television in Transition
September 11 2014 11:00 AM ET

Amazon's Transparent Is Great Television in Transition

Diane Anderson-Minshall

It’s wonderful to watch Jeffrey Tambor explore his female side and creator Jill Soloway plot television revolution, but for many viewers, Transparent will just be a damn good, dark family comedy

Holy Diversity, Batman!
September 10 2014 6:00 AM ET

Holy Diversity, Batman!

Jase Peeples

Women, queer characters, and people of color in positions of power shine brighter than the Bat-Signal in Fox’s latest comic-inspired TV series, Gotham.

We Need a Drag Queen for a New Day
September 09 2014 9:00 AM ET

We Need a Drag Queen for a New Day

Michael Musto

With the ubiquity of drag performance come higher expectations for a standout performer. So what makes the ideal star?

Exporting Equality With the Pink Dollar
September 08 2014 4:00 AM ET

Exporting Equality With the Pink Dollar

Jeremy Lybarger

'Good for business' has become a rallying cry for LGBT activists, and multinational corporations interested in the bottom line are taking heed. Will money be the vehicle that drives Western-style equality around the globe?

2 Studies That Prove Domestic Violence Is an LGBT Issue
September 04 2014 4:00 AM ET

2 Studies That Prove Domestic Violence Is an LGBT Issue

JD Glass

Two studies refute myth that intimate-partner violence is not an LGBT crisis.

Clinton’s New Challenge: The Millennials
September 03 2014 4:00 AM ET

Clinton’s New Challenge: The Millennials

Kerry Eleveld

Millennials are more progressive on LGBT rights than Hillary was in 2008. Can she inspire them to the polls in a 2016 run?

Time to Cancel Exxon's Government Contracts
September 02 2014 5:00 AM ET

Time to Cancel Exxon’s Government Contracts

Antonia Juhasz

Issuing an executive order banning LGBT workplace discrimination was a critical step. Enforcing it will make history.

Op-ed: The Backlash Against Equality Isn't Real
September 02 2014 4:00 AM ET

Op-ed: The Backlash Against Equality Isn't Real

Matthew Breen

The backlash isn’t always a consequential thing, even if it’s sometimes a real thing.

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