Dictionary.com's Word of the Year Is Woman
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Comedian Dana Goldberg writes a goodbye letter to every year, but this one got vicious.
We encourage you, on this New Year's Eve, to dance your way into 2018. Here are some mostly naked men to help you.
Leather is more than a fetish. 2017 proved that leather is a movement.
We could call 2017 the year of the exhibitionist. The number of events where guys stripped down, liquored up, and went crazy in their underpants (or less) seemed to explode.
Yes, there were political heartaches and natural disasters. We took solace in the beards, the bellies, and the fur of our fine friends. Here are 50 of the best bears from this year.
From revolutionary artworks that depict rage at the system to delicate pieces that celebrate our unique sensibilities, the art that appeared on Advocate.com in 2017 showed that we are feisty, sensual, and that we are original thinkers.
Ok, it was a tough year or so. But there is still creativity, wonderful guys, and great photographc moments. Here are some of our favorites.
The Advocate highlights the people who gave the LGBT community hope in 2017.
We are grateful to our many photo contributors this year. Here are some examples that really caught our eye from 2016.
This year had a lot of competition for worst person, but only one could win among losers.
Everything that mattered, from odious Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, to queers marching in New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade, to the end of the ban on trans military service, to the massacre in Orlando -- and much more.
Celebrating the comedians who fought their hardest (and funniest) against a Trump presidency.
From traditional studio life drawing to concept art pieces, our art contributors made 2016 a year of visual delights and challenges.
It was an eventful year full of joy and deep sorrow.
It's time to evaluate the state of our union and the progress of our culture, but sometimes LGBT people aren't appreciating what's valuable.
Our editors make their choices of their favorite artworks from our 2015 galleries.
The nation's most prominent LGBT advocacy organization looks back at a milestone year.
Even as attacks against trans people of color increased, 2015 saw greater acceptance for gender-variant people. Below, we celebrate some of the people who opened hearts and minds.