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Send in the Clown

Send in the Clown

Good evening, America. Drew Droege’s breakout role as “Chloë Sevigny” in a series of viral videos has brought the veteran comic actor legions of new fans, but what he really wants to do is make people cry.

Dont Take the Granite State for Granted

Don't Take the Granite State for Granted

As the battle over marriage heats up in New Hampshire, retiring bishop V. Gene Robinson vows to never stop preaching for equality.

Chatterbox

Chatterbox

Josh Rosenzweig goes solo to tweak the typical talk show with his new interview program, Just Josh.

Say You Want a Revolution?

Say You Want a Revolution?

Regime change brings hope to Egyptian gays — but what of other LGBT folks stuck in some of the world’s most homophobic places?

Wooing on the Web

Wooing on the Web

In the new film When Strangers Click, an unlikely Internet horror story helps tear down the shame of finding love online.

Hawaii 411

Hawaii 411

Honolulu from a new perspective.

New York Is for Lovers

New York Is for Lovers

Will marriage equality finally arrive in the Empire State?

Imperfect Paradise

Imperfect Paradise

Even with all its problems, Mexico’s capital — the largest city in the world where gay marriage is recognized — is worth a trip south of the border.

And Then There Were Four

And Then There Were Four

The freshman class of the 112th Congress includes Rhode Island’s David Cicilline, the fourth openly gay sitting representative.

In Plain Sight

In Plain Sight

It’s a straight man, art critic Blake Gopnik, who has come to the defense of “Hide/Seek,” the Smithsonian’s gay-themed exhibit.

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