Like many of us, Matthew Breen will always remember where he was when the Supreme Court ruled for marriage equality.
Which of these deserving LGBT icons would've you picked as your Person of the Year?
The LGBT people who made this year one for the history books will be remembered long past 2015.
While Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy deserves special notice for his poetic opinion for the majority, it was the entire court’s role in marriage equality that had the greatest impact on LGBT lives in 2015.
LGBT people were attacked, harassed, and brutalized this year, but very few states in the U.S. specifically classify these assaults as hate crimes.
From Hugh Jackman to Daniel Radcliffe, Hollywood's hottest male stars did straight plays — and dazzled gay theatergoers.
Over 40 editors' picks from this year's art portfolios.
For us at The Advocate, it's been a pretty nice year.
The Advocate has as a long tradition of pausing at the end of each year to reflect on who among our coverage wins for the most homophobic, transphobic, and downright reprehensible.
Take a look back at The Advocate's most viewed articles of the year, as told in verse.