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The Advocate is the world's leading source of LGBT news and politics. Discover the most recent articles published in the print issue, which is the oldest and largest gay magazine in the United States. Sort through The Advocate print issue archives to find articles written by the founders of the modern-day LGBT rights movement like Vito Russo and Gore Vidal. Find out about the historic magazine that was inspired by a police raid of a Los Angeles gay bar and has grown to become a prominent voice for topics related to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community and its allies.
Don Lemon is an Open Book

Don Lemon is an Open Book

In his new memoir, Transparent, CNN's Emmy award–winning journalist talks about pride, getting personal on the air, and how being gay gave him a leg up on the competition.

Granada Spain

Granada, Spain

Travelers with a keen interest in culture and history will find a city with a rich heritage—particularly its Islamic historical legacy.

Ruffalo Stance

Mark Ruffalo: Ruffalo Stance

The Kids Are All Right's Mark Ruffalo talks marriage equality and argues why he still may not be right for a gay role in The Normal Heart.

The Whole Truth

The Whole Truth

Does being gay make one necessarily partial? One potential juror said yes.

The Best Offense

The Best Offense

With the largest GOP majority in the nation, the Wyoming legislature is an unexpected place for the defeat of antigay legislation.

DOMA Doubts

DOMA Doubts

What will become of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act?

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?

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