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Hilarious Confessions What You Wont Tell Mom
November 08 2012 5:30 AM ET

Hilarious Confessions: What You Won't Tell Mom

Michelle Garcia

An L.A. stage show goes deep and gets laughs with stories that would make a mother cringe.

A New LGBT Leader Is Engaging the World
November 02 2012 5:00 AM ET

A New LGBT Leader Is Engaging the World

Julie Bolcer

The new leader of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission takes our case to the world.

David Norris Against the Pricks
November 02 2012 4:00 AM ET

Q&A: David Norris Against the Pricks

Lucas Grindley

In a new autobiography the politician and scholar talks about how homophobia scuttled his chance to be Ireland’s president

5 Ways Philanthropy Keeps You Healthy
November 01 2012 4:03 AM ET

5 Ways Philanthropy Keeps You Healthy

Neal Broverman

Give back this year and watch your health improve.

Where are the Nations Most Comprehensive Services for Trans People
November 01 2012 4:00 AM ET

Where are the Nation's Most Comprehensive Services for Trans People?

Trudy Ring

A Chicago nonprofit offers the nation’s most comprehensive services for trans people

On the Road Has Graphic Gay Sex But The Book Version Was Still Not a Gay Experience
October 31 2012 9:00 AM ET

On the Road's Graphic Gay Sex Isn't a Gay Experience

Neal Broverman

Now adapted for film, On the Road contained gay sex but not the gay experience.

Survivors List Things to Do Before You Die
October 31 2012 4:00 AM ET

A Survivor's List: Things to Do Before You Die

Neal Broverman

Surviving is a talent many people pick up quickly, when necessary. As a new year approaches, we asked inspiring LGBT survivors to tell us what they would do if next year were their last. Their bucket lists may surprise you and provide inspiration for making your 2013 as kick-ass as possible.

Can Your Genes Explain Sexual Orientation
October 30 2012 1:00 PM ET

Can Your Genes Explain Sexual Orientation?

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Genetic testing can explain many things. Is your sexual orientation one of them?

Jake Johnson: New Guy on New Girl
October 30 2012 9:00 AM ET

Jake Johnson: New Girl’s New Guy

Brandon Voss

After a string of gay-inclusive projects, New Girl star Jake Johnson talks about kissing costar Max Greenfield, bonding with his gay college roommate, and being too fat for Fox.

Editors Letter December January 2013
October 29 2012 6:00 AM ET

Editors Letter: The Fundamentalist's Spin

Matthew Breen

On the eve of the November elections, our lives hang in the balance.

5 Things We Learned from the International AIDS Conference
October 29 2012 4:30 AM ET

5 Things We Learned from the International AIDS Conference

Trudy Ring

Battle strategies and hope marked the first conference held on American soil in 22 years.

The Truth About Pink
October 16 2012 5:10 AM ET

The Truth About Pink

Diane Anderson-Minshall

With her sixth studio album flying off shelves, the top pop artist of the last decade talks about marriage, music, motherhood, Occupy Wall Street, and her sexual orientation.

Political Chicken What Queer Chefs Say About ChickFilA
October 16 2012 4:00 AM ET

Political Chicken: What Queer Chefs Say About Chick-fil-A

Sunnivie Brydum

Do food and politics mix? Five chef-entrepreneurs sound off.

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