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Michelangelo Signorile

Michelangelo Signorile is a gay journalist, author, and satellite talk radio personality. Also an editor-at-large for a prominent media outlet, he writes regularly about LGBT issues both politically and socially. Michelangelo Signorile has also published various books and is a prominent supporter of gay rights. Signorile's seminal 1993 book Queer in America explored the negative effects of the LGBT closet and provided one of the first intellectual justifications for the practice of outing public officials. In August 2011 Signorile was inducted in the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association LGBT Journalist Hall of Fame, and was included in the Out magazine annual Out 100 in 2012.

Former Ex-Gay Leader Rejects Sexual Labels

Alan Chambers doesn't like to be labeled as straight, bisexual, gay, or ex-gay.

Michelangelo Signorile Apologizes for Suicide Comment to Romney Voter

Michelangelo Signorile has apologized for telling a gay Romney voter who called his radio show that he may as well have taken arsenic.

WATCH: Barney Frank Slams Log Cabin With 'Uncle Tom' Comment

The comparison prompted a response from Log Cabin and some distancing remarks from LGBT leaders.

Coming Out in Print

Award-winning actors, iconic rock stars, champion athletes, and controversial political figures -- all have shared their coming-out stories with The Advocate.

WATCH Its an Embarrassment Now to Be in the Closet

Activists and pundits discuss the impact of public figures who decide to come out quietly.

The List: They're Country and Pro-Gay

Find out which country performers have publicly expressed their support for LGBT issues.

Exploring the Uncomfortable Difference Between Cuomo and Obama

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

Rewriting History

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

The War at Home

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