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So Long Saffire, Hello Gaye

After a few decades in the jazz business, Gaye Adegbalola of Saffire sheds her group for a solo gig. She tells "I've known I was a lesbian longer than I knew that I was black."

As Ellen Goes, So Goes the Nation

When Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi got married in California in August, there were no protests, no career fallout, and no media backlash, just congratulations from all.

Are You Out There, Audience? It's Me, Paula

After much controversy and a long absence from the stage, Paula Poundstone stages a successful return to stand-up Saturday night at the Wadsworth Theater in Los Angeles

Patricia Cornwell

The famed crime novelist has kept us spellbound with her fiction. Now she's telling her truth--as a happily married lesbian who's speaking out for equal rights.

Kat Feller on High School Reunion

As one of the subjects of TV Land's new show High School Reunion, Kat Feller is reality TV's newest token lesbian. She talks to us about everything from coming out to bi-curiosity and hooking up on the show.

Golden Moment

Laurel Hester spent her last days fighting for her pension to be passed on to her partner before cancer overcame her body. Her struggle was chronicled in Cynthia Wade's documentary Freeheld, which was just nominated for an Oscar. Michele Kort spoke to the filmmaker about the movie and the honor.

Sarah Shahi

Sarah Shahi won our hearts playing the ooh-la-la lesbian Carmen, Shane's left-at-the-altar DJ girlfriend on The L Word. Now she's winning our admiration for her post-L Word acting range: She made us laugh in her cameo as a vapid morning-show host in For Your Consideration, made Tony Soprano nearly see God in The Sopranos, and now makes criminals (and viewers) sweat as no-nonsense cop Dani Reese in the new NBC TV drama Life. The 27-year-old Iranian-Spanish-Texan -- a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader! -- checked in with The Advocate during a recent shooting break.

The girls of summer

Logo brings skin and surf to your summer in the all-lesbian reality series Curl Girls.

Girl, interrupted no more

Los Angeles Times sportswriter Christine Daniels (nee Mike Penner) announced in an April column that she is transitioning to life as a woman. Her story set a readership record--but it's only just beginning.

L Word primer

Stalking, transsexualism, and hetero-backsliding--prepare for season 4 with this quick catch-up.

Larger than life

Bisexual bombshell Kristanna Loken gives us the goods on Michelle Rodriguez, Pink, and her new TV role: topping Shane in season 4 of The L Word.

Michelle & Kristanna in love

Kristanna Loken doesn't want to keep quiet about her relationship with sexy star Michelle Rodriguez. Who would?

Power Lesbian

Jackie Warner, owner of Beverly Hills gym Sky Sport and Spa, is blazing trails as the out lesbian star of Work Out, Bravo's hot new reality show.

The Dixie Chicks

Three years ago the country music industry pitched a hissy fit when Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines said, "Just so you know, we're ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas." The Chicks didn't just get blackballed, they got death threats. Now they're back with a rocking new album of self-penned songs, Taking the Long Way, and a fierce first single, "Not Ready to Make Nice." We spoke to Maines and Robison, and just so you know, we're proud they're from Texas.

Gotta have my Bops

Abby and Amanda, the Ditty Bops, love retro music, elaborate stage shows--and each other. The cult-fave pop duo come out

Wynonna Judd

Portia, Heart & Soul

In an intimate interview, Arrested Development star Portia de Rossi talks for the first time about coming out to grandma and finding happiness with Ellen DeGeneres

Welcome back to L world

Can't wait for The L Word to get its sexy motor purring again? Neither can we. Revving us up are stars Katherine Moennig, Leisha Hailey, and Erin Daniels, who provide the scoop on new twists, on camera and off