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How Washington Was Won
March 13 2012 1:00 AM ET

How Washington Was Won

Julie Bolcer

Passage of the marriage equality bill in Washington caps a long, deliberate journey for Ed Murray, the gay state senator behind the campaign.

Coming Out on the Titanic
March 13 2012 1:00 AM ET

Coming Out on the Titanic

Winston Gieseke

A new book takes us back to the decks of the fated vessel, where tragedy struck both gay and straight passengers.

Adopting from India Babies Without Borders
March 13 2012 1:00 AM ET

Adopting From India: Babies Without Borders

Winston Gieseke

Many gay men are having biological children for less money and less hassle by seeking surrogacy in India.

Editors Letter April 2012
March 12 2012 1:00 AM ET

Editor's Letter: We Will Never Stop

Matthew Breen

The momentum of progress in recognizing same-sex unions is almost as staggering as the anti-equality movements to stop it.

The Interview Oh Ricky
March 11 2012 9:25 PM ET

The Interview: Oh, Ricky!

Jeremy Kinser

As he prepares to bring sizzling Latin authenticity to his role in the Broadway revival of Evita, megastar Ricky Martin reveals the other passions in his life.

By George Clooneys Got Us
February 29 2012 4:00 AM ET

By George, Clooney’s Got Us

Brandon Voss

Gearing up for the one-night-only L.A. reading of 8, Dustin Lance Black’s Prop. 8 play, George Clooney reaffirms his commitment to marriage equality and opens up about persistent gay rumors, his bromance with Brad Pitt, and the prospect of playing Paul Lynde.

Kristen Bell: Saved By the Bell
February 17 2012 4:00 AM ET

Kristen Bell: Saved By the Bell

Brandon Voss

The Burlesque beauty and Gossip Girl narrator opens up for the first time about how marriage inequality has stalled her plans to wed fiancé Dax Shepard.

Editors Letter March 2012
February 17 2012 4:00 AM ET

Editor's Letter

Matthew Breen

Editor in chief Matthew Breen reflects on The Advocate's humble beginnings 45 years ago.

A Small Way to Change the World
February 16 2012 4:00 AM ET

A Small Way Gay People Are Changing the World

Michelle Garcia

LGBTs are learning that with Kiva, a tiny loan can change a life.

Last Minute Tax Saver
February 16 2012 4:00 AM ET

Last-Minute Tax Saver

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Got an IRA? This sneaky tax saving tip is perfectly legal, and there's still time to contribute for 2011.

Why This Man Has to Fight to Be a Dad
February 16 2012 4:00 AM ET

Father Figure

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An American gay man's adoption of two children abandoned by their parents sparks a national debate in Colombia.

Why Awake is the Best New Gay TV Show
February 15 2012 4:00 AM ET

 Why Is the Best New Gay TV Show

Diane Anderson-Minshall

NBC’s most anticipated prime-time series, Awake, offers something precious to LGBT viewers.

Holding On
February 15 2012 4:00 AM ET

Holding On

Jeremy Kinser

 Bully, a staggering new documentary, follows five children over the course of a school year to examine America's bullying crisis.

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