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.
As the demise of “don’t ask, don’t tell” proceeds, the administration and Pentagon have some explaining to do about how to bring equality to gay military spouses.
Los Angeles radio talk-show host John Phillips handicaps some of the potential GOP candidates in the 2012 presidential race.
From hard-fought legal victories to powerful new allies in politics, from iconic entertainers to coming-out stories, this past year has given us much to celebrate.
Matthew Breen never passes up the chance to celebrate gay pride.
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.
A writer, a world
traveler, and even a state senator — The Advocate's Forty Under 40
honorees are much more than ahead of the curve, they're out, proud, and
changing the world.
Travelers with a keen interest in culture and history will find a city with a rich heritage—particularly its Islamic historical legacy.
With the largest GOP majority in the nation, the Wyoming legislature is an unexpected place for the defeat of antigay legislation.
Does being gay make one necessarily partial? One potential juror said yes.
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.
What will become of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act?
Jon Barrett looks back on his nearly three years spent as editor in chief of The Advocate as a once in a lifetime experience.
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