Even with all its problems, Mexico’s capital — the largest city in the world where gay marriage is recognized — is worth a trip south of the border.
It’s a straight man, art critic Blake Gopnik, who has come to the defense of “Hide/Seek,” the Smithsonian’s gay-themed exhibit.
The freshman class of the 112th Congress includes Rhode Island’s David Cicilline, the fourth openly gay sitting representative.
The U.S. version of Skins is a mostly faithful remake of the groundbreaking British series — except for the gender switch of its gay character. Creator Bryan Elsley reveals what’s behind the decision.
As GLAAD marks its 25th anniversary, The Advocate looks back at some of the group’s biggest victories in the struggle for fair representation of LGBT people.
A delicate tension exists between noting an increase in reports of gay youth suicides and a fear that doing so will increase attempts.
One man stands at the forefront of Russian gay activism.
By letting Tea Party members speak their mind, ambitious gay reporter Chase Whiteside finds fans, critics, and millions of YouTube views.
Fifty-five years ago in Boise, gays became public enemy number 1.
As the issue of same-sex marriage makes its way to the Supreme Court, all eyes are on Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Gay candidates work to harness anti-incumbent sentiment.
With repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” far from complete, soldiers and advocacy groups plot their continued battle to serve openly.
The gay cocreator of Facebook has a new website that aims to turn your social networking into social service.
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