More than 300 same-sex wedding or commitment announcements have appeared in The New York Times in the past seven years -- now many of the featured couples are coming together to commemorate Stonewall.
With his latest production of West Side Story currently on Broadway and a new memoir just published, legendary writer-producer Arthur Laurents tells his good friend Charles Kaiser why he's never been able to tell a lie.
Longtime activist and
writer Larry Kramer schools the crowd as he accepted an award
from Yale's Gay and Lesbian Association.
Honest, Abe was gay ... or at least bisexual, according to a convincing
mass of evidence presented in a just-published book by late Kinsey
researcher C.A. Tripp.
West Side Story
is magnificently reborn on Broadway and Charles Kaiser
attends, rubbing elbows with theater royalty including
writer-director Arthur Laurents, Kathleen Turner, and Lauren
are hoping the Arizona senator can be won over to
our side. Don't count on it.