Editor's Letter: Why One Couple's Story Should Worry You

Editor's Letter: Why One Couple's Story Should Worry You

Matthew Breen reminds us that the issues we cover in the magazine are also the immediate issues in our lives.

The South's Longer Wait for Equality

The South's Longer Wait for Equality

While steps toward marriage equality come fast and furious, the South drags its feet.

Oakland, Calif.

Oakland, Calif.

Exploring Jack London Square, a working seaport in the shadow of San Francisco.

Orlando, Fla.

Orlando, Fla.

A haven for LGBT folks of all ages in the Sunshine State.

Captivating Kate

Get Captivated by Kate in K-11

Kate del Castillo shines as the beautiful and vicious leader among the gay men and trans women incarcerated in the prison thriller K-11.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Britten

The Curious Case of Benjamin Britten

A century after his birth, the music of gay composer Benjamin Britten is very much alive.

Who's Changing GOP Minds on Marriage? Mehlman, LCR Director Weigh In

Obama or Romney: Who Is Helping GOP Evolve?

Ken Mehlman and the Log Cabin Republicans' executive director tell us who or what they think is helping some Republicans evolve on marriage equality.

Football Fumbles With Gay Questions

Football Fumbles With Gay Questions

The NFL draft is this weekend. And while NFL scouts may be asking prospective players about their sexual orientation, that doesn't mean they're not ready for gay players.

Vienna for Life

Vienna for Life

The 21st annual Life Ball promises to be Europe’s most opulent AIDS-awareness event.

The A-List Interview: Joel McHale

The A-List Interview: Joel McHale

The snarky and stylish Community star and The Soup host talks dude crushes, flirtatious gay fans, and the big thing he has in common with Michael Fassbender.

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