In the face of possible gridlock on Capitol Hill, sometimes the best strategy is to make change happen where you can.
The year in review: We're nowhere where we need to be.
Longtime advocate Liza Minnelli graces our cover in a revealing interview with Michael Joseph Gross.
Putting a perspective on disappointment in California.
Working toward making international human rights a bigger priority.
Hearing from our readers is great, but seeing them is doubly so.
The Advocate's editor in chief on discovering the difference between pride and Pride.
There has been a ground shift in the way Americans think of civil rights -- due to many of the 40 men and women profiled in our issue.
Jon Barrett shares a backstage view of the creative process involved in putting together the Portia De Rossi cover.
In February 1992, The Advocate asked, “Will the Democrats Screw Us in the
Upcoming Presidential Election?” Funny how, 18 years and three
presidents later, we’re still asking the same essential question.
Amid a year of steep financial losses that affected many, there was still a glimmer of hope on the horizon of marriage equality.
Sometimes it's time to turn off the computer and run for it.
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