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5 Things We Learned from the International AIDS Conference
October 29 2012 3:30 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 4:10 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 3:00 AM ET

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

Sunnivie Brydum

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

Casey Wilson Penny For Your Thoughts
October 15 2012 3:00 AM ET

Casey Wilson: Penny For Your Thoughts

Brandon Voss

Happy Endings scene-stealer Casey Wilson chats about crashing lesbian communes, sharing scenes with Barbra Streisand in The Guilt Trip, and a circle of friends that’s “fifty shades of gay.”

What T Cooper Advocates This Month
October 11 2012 3:00 AM ET

What T Cooper Advocates This Month

Advocate.com Editors

Here’s what T Cooper, the author of Real Man Adventures is passionate about this month.

Out With the New The Evolution of LGBT Film Fests
October 11 2012 3:00 AM ET

Out With the New: The Evolution of LGBT Film Fests

Jeremy Kinser

With unexpected partnerships, mentoring, and restoration projects, Outfest sets the standard high, and movie buffs around the world win.

Rationalizing Paul Ryan
October 11 2012 3:00 AM ET

Rationalizing Paul Ryan

Lucas Grindley

The potential vice president has an ugly history with LGBT issues, but some say he’s young enough to change course.

HIVs New Medicine Cabinet
October 10 2012 3:00 AM ET

HIV's New Medicine Cabinet

Michelle Garcia

A home testing kit and a new treatment hit drugstores this fall.

Queers in the Kitchen
October 09 2012 3:00 AM ET

Queers in the Kitchen

Sunnivie Brydum

From the looks of Bravo and the Food Network, gay and lesbian chefs are ubiquitous. But big-name LGBT cooks say they’re still the minority — underpaid and underrepresented.

Will We Evolve Too
October 08 2012 3:00 AM ET

Will We Evolve Too?

Ari Karpel

Gaining wider acceptance for LGBT rights often means supporting causes that disproportionately affect other minority communities. Can we collectively look beyond issues important to white people?

Editors Letter November 2012
October 08 2012 3:00 AM ET

Editor's Letter: On a New LGBT Magna Carta

Matthew Breen

The time for separatist movements has gone, and we need to act collectively.

The FRC Heads to Spin City
October 05 2012 3:00 AM ET

The FRC Heads to Spin City

Neal Broverman

The Family Research Council shooting became another media opportunity for antigay groups to demonize LGBTs.

Steel Magnolias Are Back In Bloom
October 05 2012 3:00 AM ET

Steel Magnolias Back In Bloom

Jeremy Kinser

With its bitchy dialogue, big emotions, and even bigger hair, an all-black remake shows Steel Magnolias continues to strike a powerful chord with LGBT fans.

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