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The 'Inappropriate Behavior' Double Standard

From Michelangelo Signorile's It's Not Over.

Exploring the Uncomfortable Difference Between Cuomo and Obama

Michelangelo Signorile discusses the differences between Andrew Cuomo and Barack Obama.

Lessons Learned

Rewriting History

Michelangelo Signorile weighs in on 'Don't ask, don't tell.'

The Bully Pulpit

The Preacher Lied

The War at Home

Michelangelo Signorile weighs in on 'Don't ask, don't tell.'

GLAAD Reconsidered

Ready for Another March?

Why I’m Marching

COMMENTARY: At first he thought the march on Washington planned for October was ill-timed and ill-advised, but Michelangelo Signorile now says there couldn't be a better time to take to the National Mall en masse.

What Gives in Washington?

As the Obama administration goes to court in support of "don't ask, don't tell" and the Defense of Marriage Act, Michelangelo Signorile wonders if it's gay leaders who are to blame.

Keep the Win at Your Back

Wins in Iowa, Vermont, and Maine are giving gays some of the biggest boosts in 40 years. Now far-right blowhards like Tony Perkins and Rick Warren are struggling to clearly dispute marriage equality.

Of Pastors and Politicians

Portland mayor Sam Adams and Colorado evangelist Ted Haggard both got caught with their pants down, but these men's improprieties have less to do with sex than with the unrealistic standards we set for our role models.

Whither Maddow?

Where is our lesbian pundit-in-chief when it comes to delivering the incisive TV commentary we need in the wake of Proposition 8?

Goodbye to the closet

Back when Mike Signorile first shocked society by outing gay celebs, he insisted he just wanted to normalize the discussion of homosexuality. And, like it or not, he turned out to be right.

Paper Trail: Signorile and Ratzinger

Sirius OutQ radio host Michelangelo Signorile's 1993 classic Queer in America includes a telling anecdote about Pope Benedict XVI, then known as Cardinal Ratzinger, the pope's point man on crushing gay rights.