When we named Pope Francis as the publication's Person of the Year, we expected some reaction — but the scope and range of opinion on our pick is more global than we could have imagined.
The president who signed "don't ask, don't tell" and DOMA had the chance to address his role in these laws and use his turnaround on them as a teachable moment. But that didn't happen.
The 42nd President of the United States says it's time to abolish the so-called Defense of Marriage Act, which he signed into law in 1996. But LGBT advocates say he's not telling the whole story.
Linda Hirshman, the author behind the recently-released VICTORY: The Triumphant Gay Revolution, clues us in on what to expect when DOMA or Prop. 8 reaches the Supreme Court.
“I used to love Chick-Fil-A," Spitzer said. "Their sandwiches were great. Their lemonade was amazing. I’m never going back.”
Richard Socarides, who was LGBT adviser to President Clinton, tells Eliot Spitzer there's reason for optimism.