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Cruising on the High Seas

Traditionally afraid of gay cruises, one man takes his chances with a gay cruise company aboard an otherwise straight ship and lives to tell about it.

Faithfully Speaking

Marianne Faithfull spills some juicy details about her life -- including romps with women, her now infamous OD in Australia, playing God, and her new album Easy Come, Easy Go .

Without Her We're Nothing

The legendary Sandra Bernhard sits down with The Advocate before the one-night-only revival of her seminal one-woman show Without You I'm Nothing in Los Angeles to discuss Tori Amos, why Prop. 8 is "the best thing that could happen to the gay community," and how she she could possibly love both Rachel Maddow and Rachel Zoe.

The Anatomy of Jack Wrangler

John Stillman -- a.k.a. "Jack Wrangler," one of the first gay porn superstars -- opens up with The Advocate about the new documentary on his life, Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon.

Punk's Little Secret

Darby Crash, lead singer of the influential '70s punk band the Germs, was gay -- and with the release of the new film What We Do Is Secret, the gay community may finally discover him as an icon

Aloha From Hawaii correspondent Job Brother takes a look at Starwood Hotels' newest property on Kauai and some of the resort group's recently remodeled gems on Oahu.

The Godfather of Electro-pop

Former Depeche Mode and Erasure member Vince Clarke reunites with bandmate Alison Moyet this summer for a Yaz reunion tour. The straight man to some pretty gay acts tells us why he stopped singing, what broke Yazoo up, and why the future of electro-pop music may be monkey brains

Bisexuals Get Their 15 Minutes

MySpace celeb Tila Tequila discusses her new MTV dating show, which poses 16 straight men against 16 lesbians. One giant step for bi-kind?

I'm a unicorn

For one comedic writer, half the battle of being bisexual is proving he exists.

Rufus Hearts Judy

Rufus Wainwright ended his Judy Garland tribute tour in Hollywood on Sunday night. Job Brother reminds us that in this age of celebrity takedown, imitation is still the sincerest form of flattery.