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New Place, New Gay

Dining Out

As Bravo's Top Chef kicks off another season, meet the latest serving of gay gourmands -- just don't expect another Team Rainbow.

It's All Greek

Dante's Cove star Gregory Michael goes gay (again) on ABC Family's Greek, proving the range of gay characters portrayed on TV is bigger than ever.

Blue Traveler

Newcomer actor Alejandro Romero brings a queer edge to the stark urban drama Powder Blue.

One in a Million

Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger puts her skills to the test with a different kind of lonely heart -- Kevin Grangier, a successful workaholic looking for a stable relationship ... with another guy.


Director Chris Mason Johnson highlights the new reality of gay-straight relations in his coming-of-age drama The New Twenty.

Kings and Queens

NBC's new epic saga Kings imagines a modern-day monarchy with a queer spin -- complete with late night trysts and a jab at 'don't ask, don't tell.'

Grace Under Pressure

Worlds away from writing speeches for Jerry Falwell, out Soulforce director and reformed evangelical Mel White joins forces with screenwriter son Mike (School of Rock) for The Amazing Race.

Sticky and Sweet

When a teen lesbian falls for her closest friend, is it love, lust, or obsession?

Hello, Goodbye

A New Yorker by way of Sweden, writer-director Casper Andreas (Slutty Summer,A Four Letter Word) gets serious with topics like immigration in Between Love and Goodbye.

You Better Work!

Drag queens go to battle, preparing to be read by RuPaul, strut their stuff on the catwalk, and do anything they can to avoid hearing the words "Sashay...away" on RuPaul's Drag Race.

Keeping It 'Real'

MTV's The Real World has been a reality television staple for almost 20 years. For its new Brooklyn season, the show is upping the LGBT ante -- a gay man, a trans woman, a girl who's dated girls but is now seeing a guy, and an allegedly straight virgin who pings the gaydar more than Ryan Seacrest at a Jonas Brothers concert.

Happily Ever After

On the eve of Californians' voting on Prop. 8, which would eliminate same-sex marriage, wedding planner David Tutera saves the day for straight couples on WE TV's new series My Fair Wedding. Tutera is the out wedding planner behind star-studded soirees for stars including J. Lo, Al Gore, and Matthew McConaughey.

Defying Expectations

Broadway belle Idina Menzel flies solo with a new album and concert tour.

Good Golly, Miss Molly

Molly Ringwald discusses her new ABC Family series, her daughter's gay godfather, her obsession with eBay, and why Andie could never have ended up with Duckie

My Two Dads

A gay couple open their doors -- and their hearts -- to an anti-gay adoption activist on FX's 30 Days.

It's Louise's Turn

Laura Benanti recently got a Tony nomination for her role opposite Patti LuPone in Gypsy on Broadway, but as we discover the songstress is really more of a dork in diva's clothing

Heroine Chic

In a new wave of comic book writing, lesbian protagonists are finally ready to take the spotlight

Dana Delany

Dana Delany first hit the big time as a wide-eyed nurse on ABC's Vietnam War drama China Beach. Now she's back on the alphabet network, stirring up trouble on Desperate Housewives as a tyrannical new neighbor with -- what else? -- a deep, dark secret.

One Good Turn

The actors behind daytime television's cutest (and only) gay couple come clean for National Coming Out Day.