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New Generation Discovers Disco's Sylvester

New Generation Discovers Disco's Sylvester

A new generation discovers the inspiring disco queen’s story.

Amazon's 'Transparent' is Great Television in Transition

Amazon's Transparent Is Great Television in Transition

It’s wonderful to watch Jeffrey Tambor explore his female side and creator Jill Soloway plot television revolution, but for many viewers, Transparent will just be a damn good, dark family comedy

Holy Diversity, Batman!

Holy Diversity, Batman!

Women, queer characters, and people of color in positions of power shine brighter than the Bat-Signal in Fox’s latest comic-inspired TV series, Gotham.

We Need a Drag Queen for a New Day

We Need a Drag Queen for a New Day

With the ubiquity of drag performance come higher expectations for a standout performer. So what makes the ideal star?

Exporting Equality With the Pink Dollar

Exporting Equality With the Pink Dollar

'Good for business' has become a rallying cry for LGBT activists, and multinational corporations interested in the bottom line are taking heed. Will money be the vehicle that drives Western-style equality around the globe?

2 Studies That Prove Domestic Violence Is an LGBT Issue

2 Studies That Prove Domestic Violence Is an LGBT Issue

Two studies refute myth that intimate-partner violence is not an LGBT crisis.

Clinton’s New Challenge: The Millennials

Clinton’s New Challenge: The Millennials

Millennials are more progressive on LGBT rights than Hillary was in 2008. Can she inspire them to the polls in a 2016 run?

Time to Cancel Exxon's Government Contracts

Time to Cancel Exxon’s Government Contracts

Issuing an executive order banning LGBT workplace discrimination was a critical step. Enforcing it will make history.

Op-ed: The Backlash Against Equality Isn't Real

Op-ed: The Backlash Against Equality Isn't Real

The backlash isn’t always a consequential thing, even if it’s sometimes a real thing.

How Proud Is the Proud Whopper?

How Proud Is the Proud Whopper?

The new slogan “Be your way” was part of a Burger King Proud Whopper project. Is it actually what the company believes, or is this corporate lip service?

On Being a Tired Old Queen

On Being a Tired Old Queen

The hookup atmosphere in nightlife may have died off, but now there’s room on the dance floor for an older generation. And you don’t even have to know who Liza is to have a good time with them. (But look up Liza, by the way.)

Armond White: The Long Day Closes Is The Greatest Gay Film Ever Made

Armond White Picks The Greatest Gay Film Ever Made

Filmmaker Terence Davies’ longing and sublime look back at his youth, now on Criterion.

WATCH: Do Kids Movies Push The 'Gay Agenda'?

WATCH: Do Kids Movies Push The 'Gay Agenda'?

Do kids’ movies like Frozen and The Boxtrolls push the “gay agenda?” I certainly hope so.

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