How The Religious Right Is Conspiring to Put Discrimination Back Into Law

How Religious Right Wants Discrimination Put Back Into Law

How the religious right is conspiring to put discrimination back into law.

Eric Holder: The Exit Interview

Eric Holder: The Exit Interview

Loretta Lynch is finally confirmed by the Senate as Eric Holder's replacement. The Advocate spoke with the outgoing attorney general on marriage equality, the progressive agenda, and the future of civil rights.

Michelangelo Signorile: We've Only Just Begun

Michelangelo Signorile: We've Only Just Begun

Ever the rabble-rouser, Michelangelo Signorile, author of the new book It’s Not Over, offers sobering lessons for the future of LGBT rights.

Immigration and LGBTs: Central Americans Limbo

Immigration and LGBTs: Central Americans in Limbo

The journey can be long and treacherous for LGBTs seeking refuge.

High-end Travelers: 'I'm Ready for My Close-up'

High-end Travelers: 'I'm Ready for My Close-up'

High-end travelers can now skip the selfie with a full-time social media travel assistant.

Montreal,  Je T’Aime

Montreal, Je T’Aime

Art, music, and shirtless men converge on Divers/Cité.

I’m a Gay Cliché — and That’s OK

I’m a Gay Cliché — and That’s OK

There’s a gay stereotype for every generation, and a reason for every contradictory iteration. But some clichés are built to last.

Night Swimming in Vieques

Night Swimming in Vieques

Puerto Rico’s unspoiled wedding getaway

A Taste of Spain

A Taste of Spain

The queer and cultural offerings of Madrid, Barcelona, and Sitges start with a good meal — and don’t end until dawn.

Queerest Cities in America 2015

Queerest Cities in America 2015

You don’t need us to tell you that West Hollywood and New York are LGBT-friendly. This list is all about the queerness of some less-expected locales.

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