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.
Fifty-five years ago in Boise, gays became public enemy number 1.
As the issue of same-sex marriage makes its way to the Supreme Court, all eyes are on Justice Anthony Kennedy.
James Franco isn’t a gay man, he just plays one—frequently. The busiest guy in show business takes a break to discuss how he came to play Allen Ginsberg in Howl. Watch a behind the scenes video with Franco here.
Putting a perspective on disappointment in California.
Antigay Americans are losing the culture war, so they’re exporting hatred to Uganda, Zimbabwe, and Nigeria — where their fervor is so welcome it threatens to sweep the entire continent.
Daytime television marks a milestone with Monday's premiere of The Nate Berkus Show. The Advocate catches up with Oprah's favorite designer.
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