A Queer History of The Royal Court
April 02 2013 9:00 AM ET

A Queer History of The Royal Court

Neal Broverman

Could an openly gay queen or king rule the United Kingdom?

Jeanne Manford: Mother of Invention
April 02 2013 8:00 AM ET

Jeanne Manford: Mother of Invention

Trudy Ring

Jeanne Manford proved that one person can have an effect that lasts well beyond their lifetime.

Tegan & Sara: Leaving a Political Record
April 02 2013 7:00 AM ET

Tegan & Sara: Leaving a Political Record

Matthew Breen

Musicians Tegan and Sara, with their seventh album, Heartthrob, and a decade-plus experience under their belts, lead the pack of accomplished leaders in politics, sports, science, religion, and the arts named to our annual "40 Under 40" list.

4 States With Scientifically Unsound Laws Criminalizing HIV
April 01 2013 5:00 AM ET

4 States With Scientifically Unsound Laws Criminalizing HIV

Todd Heywood

A confusing variety of regulations covering private sex between consenting adults.

The Crime of Being Positive
April 01 2013 5:00 AM ET

The Crime of Being Positive

Todd Heywood

In the 1980s corporations, conservatives, and fear turned HIV-positive people into outlaws.

Four Stories: The Effects of HIV Criminalization on Sex and Intimacy
April 01 2013 4:30 AM ET

4 Stories: The Effects of HIV Criminalization on Sex and Intimacy

Todd Heywood

Four people disclose the impact of HIV laws and how they adjust their lives.

Same-Sex Legal Kit for Dummies
March 27 2013 4:00 AM ET

Same-Sex Legal Kit for Dummies

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Two decades of experience went into this very helpful book.

Dirty Money
March 25 2013 4:00 AM ET

Tracking NOM's Dirty Money

E.J. Graff

Though roundly defeated in the last election, the National Organization for Marriage is still committed to blocking marriage equality. Some evidence suggests that it’s turning to harsher speech, hiding donations, and rolling back campaign disclosure laws to accomplish its goals.

Better the Devil You Know
March 22 2013 4:00 AM ET

Better the Devil You Know

Jase Peeples

Filmmaker  Sally El Hosaini advances visibility of gay Arab characters in debut feature My Brother the Devil, which had its New York release on Friday.

Orlando Cruz on His Biggest Fight Yet
January 25 2013 8:00 AM ET

Orlando Cruz on His Biggest Fight Yet

Ari Karpel

Coming out certainly changed him, but will it change the sport of boxing?

The Trans Woman Who Is Taking on the Military
January 25 2013 5:00 AM ET

The Trans Woman Who Is Taking on the Military

Sunnivie Brydum

Decorated Army veteran Allyson Robinson has some major plans for the country’s only organization dedicated to serving LGBT people in uniform.

I Advocate: Author Anthony Meindl's Favorite Things
January 24 2013 9:00 AM ET

I Advocate: Author Anthony Meindl's Favorite Things

Advocate Contributors

Here’s what Anthony Meindl, author of At Left Brain Turn Right and acting coach to the stars, is passionate about this month.

The Telepathy and Tap Dancing of Matmos
January 24 2013 5:00 AM ET

The Telepathy and Tap Dancing of Matmos

Sunnivie Brydum

The gay electronic maestros behind Matmos used BDSM supplies and mind-reading experiments to create their new album.

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