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A New Top Watchdog at GLAAD
October 04 2012 3:00 AM ET

A New Top Watchdog at GLAAD

Julie Bolcer

Herndon Graddick, the new executive director of GLAAD, talks about the outlook for the preeminent LGBT media watchdog following some high-profile bumps.

Florida Fail What Happened in Jacksonville
October 04 2012 3:00 AM ET

Florida #Fail: What Happened in Jacksonville

Neal Broverman

Cities began protecting gays in the 1970s, but some burgs still struggle with the concept.

With California So Goes the Nation
October 03 2012 2:25 AM ET

With California, So Goes the Nation?

Sunnivie Brydum

Three LGBT bills had potential to make history in California; two became law.

The Meaning of Frank Ocean
September 14 2012 4:20 AM ET

The Meaning of Frank Ocean

Terrance Dean

When the up-and-coming musician came out, he drew praise from celebrities and his hip-hop collaborators, and revived the question of whether gays have a place in the industry.

Michael Urie Returns With Partner Benefits
September 14 2012 3:00 AM ET

Michael Urie: Partner Benefits

Ari Karpel

After an acclaimed turn on the stage, Michael Urie returns to series television with Partners, a sharp new comedy from the creators of Will & Grace.

What Is New in Queer TV
September 14 2012 3:00 AM ET

What's New in Queer TV

Sunnivie Brydum

Here TV covers all the bases this fall season: docs, news, nostalgia, and Amanda Lepore.

A New World at NASA
September 14 2012 3:00 AM ET

A New World at NASA

Trudy Ring

Today’s space program has a different atmosphere than the one Sally Ride encountered, say gay NASA workers.

The Lesbian Breast Cancer Link
September 13 2012 3:00 AM ET

The Lesbian Breast Cancer Link

Camille Beredjick

Do a cluster of risk factors explain the high number of cancer deaths?

A Fine Tune
September 13 2012 3:00 AM ET

A Fine Tune

Jeremy Kinser

With Pitch Perfect, his irreverent new comedy about a cappella singers, Avenue Q director Jason Moore creates another instant classic about outsiders.

Life in Portugal
September 13 2012 2:50 AM ET

Life in Portugal

Bryan Van Gorder

Portuguese is a romance language — appropriate given how easy it is to fall in love with the country and its people.

In Case of Emergency
September 12 2012 3:00 AM ET

What LGBT Couples Should Have in Case of Emergency

Michelle Garcia

You don’t need a scouting badge to be prepared for the worst.

A Clucking Nightmare
September 12 2012 3:00 AM ET

A Clucking Nightmare: How Chick-fil-A Changed the Nation

Neal Broverman

When the mainstream media finally started paying attention to Chick-fil-A’s ugly values, an entire nation took sides.

The Ten Most Innovative Companies and the LGBTs Who Got Them to the Top
September 12 2012 3:00 AM ET

10 Innovators and the LGBTs Who Make Them Great

Advocate Contributors

Our annual list of innovative companies shows the many ways LGBT people are making a difference to business.

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