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The Advocate is the world's leading source of LGBT news and politics. Discover the most recent articles published in the print issue, which is the oldest and largest gay magazine in the United States. Sort through The Advocate print issue archives to find articles written by the founders of the modern-day LGBT rights movement like Vito Russo and Gore Vidal. Find out about the historic magazine that was inspired by a police raid of a Los Angeles gay bar and has grown to become a prominent voice for topics related to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and its allies.
By the Numbers: Eurovision

By the Numbers: Eurovision

Drag performer Conchita Wurst’s performance and win in 2014 caused quite a stir for the annual song contest popular among LGBT people. But Wurst is hardly the first.

Photo Essay: Of Love and Loss

Photo Essay: Of Love and Loss

Exposing deep contrasts in the lives of black lesbians in South Africa: images of weddings and funerals in a famed photographer’s home country.

The A-List Interview: Josh Gad

The A-List Interview: Josh Gad

Frozen's Josh Gad, an outspoken LGBT ally, discusses his one problem with marriage equality and defends recent unfunny comments made by Billy Crystal, his co-star in The Comedians.

Immigration and LGBTs: Denied Safe Haven Europe

Immigration and LGBTs: Denied Safe Haven in Europe

Each year thousands of LGBT asylum-seekers travel to Europe hoping to secure a future free from discrimination and violence. But for many, the European Union is not what they’d anticipated.

Immigration and LGBTs: The Allies

Immigration and LGBTs: The Allies

The straight couple that goes to bat for LGBT immigrants

PHOTOS: Florida Kisses for Equality

PHOTOS: Florida Kisses for Equality

Florida residents celebrate a triumph for equality.

Kramer on Kramer

Kramer on Kramer

On the publishing of his magnum opus, The American People, famed author Andrew Holleran asks our angriest activist all that he has learned.

Editor's Letter: On Remembering What's Important

Editor's Letter: On Remembering What's Important

As Larry Kramer and Andrew Holleran discuss why they write, I'm prompted to think about why I do — and why I have to get the idea down as soon as I'm able.

Blame It On The Queers

Blame It On The Queers

Doomsayers and the things that definitely happened because of LGBTs

Burden of Proof: Who Does The Government Consider Transgender?

Burden of Proof: Who Does The Government Consider Trans?

The government ought to recognize that "our gender assignment doesn’t depend on our genitals," says activist Kate Bornstein.

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