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.

Op-ed: Missing the Point in Ferguson

Op-ed: Missing the Point in Ferguson

We must seek to understand the ways in which oppression is a shared burden that ignores racial and orientation boundaries.

Editor's Letter: To Be Intersectional or Illegitimate

Editor's Letter: To Be Intersectional or Illegitimate

Will our advocacy be real and encompass all people who face marginalization and oppression?

Doom for NOM?

Doom for NOM?

The antigay organization’s finances crumble in the wake of pro-equality legal victories.

ICANN Can’t Even

ICANN Can’t Even 

The organization that determines the world’s URLs has decided that .gay doesn’t need a responsible administrator.

Kiev Is Burning

Kiev Is Burning: What An Attack Means for LGBTs

A historic theater is attacked during an LGBT film festival.

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.

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