Year in Review: 2014

Year in Review: 2014

This year, the Boy Scouts admitted gay youths, Michael Sam was drafted, Sochi became an international rallying cry, we won a bunch of marriage victories (and Eurovision!), and our rights in Russia, Uganda, and Arizona hung precariously in the balance.

Holding Out for a Gay Hero

Holding Out for a Gay Hero

Are we bucking the cinematic miserable-queers trope at last?

Why the Best New Film About Lesbians Can't Quite be Called a Lesbian Film

The Best New Film About Lesbians Isn't a Lesbian Film

There’s a message in Life Partners, a movie about young women’s relationships. But not hearing the message loud and clear may be the whole point.

I'm on My Way

I'm on My Way

Selma's scenes of struggle and violence in the 1960s conjure contemporary comparisons for out actor Colman Domingo.

The A-List Interview: Rose Byrne

The A-List Interview: Rose Byrne

The Bridesmaids beauty talks about reimagining Annie, analyzing her sexual tension with female costars, and protecting her boyfriend from gay kidnappers.

How Confusing Laws Are Hitting Our Bank Accounts

How Confusing Laws Are Hitting Our Bank Accounts

Family planning and anxieties about legal protections are having a significant effect on our bank accounts.

Poz People Can Still Have the Family They Always Dreamed Of

Poz People Can Still Have the Family They Always Dreamed Of

People with HIV can have biological children of their own, despite the stigma and misconceptions.

The Smithsonian's Queer Collection

The Smithsonian's Queer Collection

Our nation’s history is more fully explored in the new acquisition of objects of LGBT significance.

Where Slash Fiction Makes for Dangerous Words

Where Slash Fiction Makes for Dangerous Words

Slash fiction arrives and thrives in China, despite the constant threat of government crackdowns.

The Advocate's Person of the Year: Vladimir Putin

The Advocate's Person of the Year: Vladimir Putin

Driving the governmental, religious, and popular disdain for gays and lesbians, the Russian president became the single greatest threat to LGBTs in the world in 2014.

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