The U.S. version of Skins is a mostly faithful remake of the groundbreaking British series — except for the gender switch of its gay character. Creator Bryan Elsley reveals what’s behind the decision.
In the face of possible gridlock on Capitol Hill, sometimes the best strategy is to make change happen where you can.
“Gay rights are human rights.” With that declaration — and the team she has assembled at the State Department — Hillary Rodham Clinton has elevated the dialogue on LGBT rights around the globe.
Black Swan’s Mila Kunis talks about drinking with Family Guy boss Seth MacFarlane, stripping with Justin Timberlake in Friends with Benefits, and sharing the role of lesbian supermodel Gia Carangi with Angelina Jolie.
As GLAAD marks its 25th anniversary, The Advocate looks back at some of the group’s biggest victories in the struggle for fair representation of LGBT people.
A delicate tension exists between noting an increase in reports of gay youth suicides and a fear that doing so will increase attempts.
The year in review: We're nowhere where we need to be.
One man stands at the forefront of Russian gay activism.
The Advocate gives thanks by remembering 26 of the best stories of 2010.
By letting Tea Party members speak their mind, ambitious gay reporter Chase Whiteside finds fans, critics, and millions of YouTube views.
Longtime advocate Liza Minnelli graces our cover in a revealing interview with Michael Joseph Gross.
In a new book of finely wrought stories about overwrought emotion, essayist David Rakoff finds comfort in anxiety.
After producing must-see TV—such as Brothers & Sisters and Everwood—for the past decade, Greg Berlanti returns to the big screen and readies another series.
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