A writer made the claim that British LGBT youth have moved beyond having to learn about Alan Turing or AIDS. Wrong on so many levels, writes Amanda Kerri.
Michael McShane, a federal judge in Oregon, shares how the members of an informal book club, the Alice B. Toklas Society, changed his life.
The racist comments were denied by the White House.
Huge — and seemingly LGBT-friendly — insurance companies refuse to sell policies to people taking preventative HIV medication. Why?
For The Advocate's 50th, Transparent star Alexandra Billings honors LGBT advocate Judith Light.
Advocate columnist Alexander Cheves answers your questions on being positive.
Transmission rates are higher than any other state, and bias-based laws are likely making things worse.