The A-List Interview: Jason Biggs

The A-List Interview: Jason Biggs

The Broadway-bound Orange Is the New Black star opens up about the dangers of manscaping, tweeting, and going shirtless for laughs.

Flash Forward: Ezra Miller's New Look

Flash Forward: Ezra Miller's New Look

Ezra Miller will be the first queer actor to headline a live-action superhero movie.

Number Crunch: Queer Comics

Number Crunch: Queer Comics

Comic book superheroes in film dominate at the box office, but queer characters are not a new phenomenon in the super source material.

This Is Your Brain on Porn

This Is Your Brain on Porn

As much as half the Internet is dedicated to depictions of sex, and we’re just starting to learn what that means for your brain.

PrEP Version 1.1, 2.0, and Beyond

PrEP Version 1.1, 2.0, and Beyond

The treatment to prevent HIV infections faces inaccurate comparisons to other meds and the same fearful objections as ‘the pill’ did in the ’60s.

The Midterms Were Worse Than You Think

The Midterms Were Worse Than You Think

A failure to elevate LGBT issues could mean no agenda for 2016 and beyond.

Clay Aiken’s Next Act
January 12 2015 1:25 PM ET

Clay Aiken’s Next Act

The runner-up in both American Idol and a U.S. House of Representatives campaign is facing accusations that he’s been using his donors for a TV stunt.

Tim Cook and the Way Ahead

Tim Cook and the Way Ahead

Former BP CEO John Browne was the only out chief executive of a Fortune 500 company prior to Apple CEO Tim Cook’s announcement in October 2014. He writes for The Advocate on what that means for the future of business.

Barbara Smith: Soul on Hold

Barbara Smith: Soul on Hold

This 1985 essay by Barbara Smith, a scholar-activist who made contributions to social justice movements in civil rights, feminism, lesbian and gay liberation, anti-racism, and black feminism, recalls early moments of intersectionality between African-American and LGBT rights movements, yet resonates today in the wake of Ferguson.

Easing the HIV Burden

Easing the HIV Burden

How treatment as prevention ended one man’s fear and shame.

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