Traveling is often an opportunity to hear both sides of the conversation about us.
The momentum of progress in recognizing same-sex unions is almost as staggering as the anti-equality movements to stop it.
Editor in chief Matthew Breen reflects on The Advocate's humble beginnings 45 years ago.
On average, LGBT people travel more than their straight friends and family. Which might be a good thing considering the political climate.
Equality isn't always pretty, and that's a sobering realization.
It's clear from the pictures you sent for A Day in Gay America that we are a diverse and passionate group.
Breen lauds Lynch for participating in one of the most fundamental things a person can do to improve the lives of future generations — be out in the public forum.
Breen encourages you to demand equality, and demand it now.
Popular is not always bad, says Breen. Case in point: Lady Gaga.
Matthew Breen never passes up the chance to celebrate gay pride.
Jon Barrett looks back on his nearly three years spent as editor in chief of The Advocate as a once in a lifetime experience.
Martina makes Jon a little nervous — so he's going to keep the competition close.
Jon Barrett considers not being so quick to condemn, especially when staying open-minded can lead to a conversation with the "moveable middle."
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