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A Star Is Reborn
April 16 2013 3:00 AM ET

Stonewall Hits The New York Stage

Trudy Ring

Hit the Wall, re-creating the first night of the Stonewall riots, opens in New York.

I Advocate: Gregory Cason
April 15 2013 5:00 AM ET

I Advocate: Gregory Cason

Advocate Contributors

This is what soon-to-be-wed Gregory Cason, Beverly Hills psychologist and star of Bravo’s LA Shrinks, is passionate about this month.

New Da Vinci Show Is a Portrait of a Renaissance Man’s Man
April 12 2013 5:00 AM ET

New Da Vinci Show Is Portrait of Renaissance Man’s Man

Neal Broverman

A new show reimagines Leonardo da Vinci’s wild years, complete with sex and drugs.

April 09 2013 8:32 AM ET

10 Pieces Of Gay Amsterdam Trivia

Some bits and pieces about one of the most gay friendly places on earth

A Few Other Hot Lesbian Drummers
April 09 2013 4:30 AM ET

A Few Other Hot Lesbian Drummers

Diane Anderson-Minshall

You can keep your guitarist crushes. Young Galaxy’s drummer Andrea Silver is part of a long legacy of sexy queer drummers.

The Young and the Restless
April 09 2013 4:00 AM ET

Oh, To Be The Young Galaxy and Restless

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Young Galaxy’s new album is the band’s existential dream-pop best.

The New Lesbian Dad
April 08 2013 3:00 AM ET

The New Lesbian Dad

Abby Dorsey

How some women are reinventing what it means to be a parent.

Editor's Letter: The Power of Transparency
April 05 2013 1:01 PM ET

Editor's Letter: The Power of Transparency

Matthew Breen

Tegan and Sara's growing success includes an openness about who they are; NOM's secrecy and subterfuge fuels their decline.

Not So Elementary: A Trans Student's Fight With Her School
April 05 2013 3:00 AM ET

Not So Elementary: A Trans Student's Fight With Her School

Sunnivie Brydum

When a Colorado school told a 6-year-old transgender girl she could no longer use the girls’ bathroom, her parents fought back.

For This Middle-Aged Gay Actor, It's a Living
April 04 2013 6:00 AM ET

For This Middle-Aged Gay Actor, It's a Living

Neal Broverman

Working is the worst — just ask actor and writer David Dean Bottrell.

On Escaping Westboro: 'People Can Change'
April 04 2013 2:00 AM ET

On Escaping Westboro: 'People Can Change'

Sunnivie Brydum

How one woman fled the odious Westboro Baptist Church and got herself some new friends.

A Southern Strategy: Meet the Neighbors
April 03 2013 4:00 AM ET

A Southern Strategy: Meet the Neighbors

Sunnivie Brydum

As marriage equality sweeps across the nation, progress remains glacially slow in one region: the South.

The Koch Conundrum
April 03 2013 3:00 AM ET

The Koch Conundrum

Trudy Ring

Ed Koch, mayor of New York City during the height of the AIDS epidemic, evokes conflicting views on his record, even after his death.

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