Why We Need a Gay Titan—Of Industry

With so much attention on sports and entertainment professions, John Browne, the former CEO of BP, says we're ...

The Morning After

'Tragic Glamour' glimpses at life after the party ends

By Peter Frost

Catching Up With Ryan James MacFarland

The young photographer discusses his upcoming show, 'Tide Studies,' working with David LaChapelle and Ryan McGinley …

By Peter Frost

Recipes from 'The Fire Island Cookbook'

We recently sat down with Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen, authors of 'The Fire Island Cookbook,' and asked them for …

By Out.com Editors

Out in Israel: Yael Bartana

The Israeli-born artist's latest exhibit, '...And Europe Will Be Stunned,' still stunning

By Adam Rathe

Out In Israel: Catching Up With Etgar Keret

The Israeli author says his latest book, 'Suddenly, a Knock On the Door,' is his 'big breakout' and tells what he loves …

By Jerry Portwood

Jewish Museum Pulls Gay Artist's Work

The museum removed a controversial work from its sex and identity exhibit.

By Alex Panisch

Alice Walker Refuses to Publish ‘The Color Purple’ in Israel

The Pulitzer-winning author cites Israel’s treatment of Palestinians

By Alex Panisch

Happening Now: Comic Book Characters Have Gay Weddings Too

Jase Peebles of 'The Advocate' breaks down how the depiction of a gay wedding rocks the comic book world

By Joseph Alexiou

Interview: Cornelia Guest Dishes on Her Cookbook, 'Simple Pleasures'

Tips from the hostess extraordinaire.

By Out.com Editors

Bret Easton Ellis Wants Ryan Gosling, Aaron Johnson in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

After saying he'd be interested in turning E.L James's bestselling erotic fiction into a film, now he tweets more …

By Out.com Editors

Like Father, Like Son?

A gay dad learns to love—not fear— his (potentially) straight son.

By Dan Bucatinsky

Frank Langella Was a Happy Slut

His memoir, 'Dropped Names,' paints him as a man who turned on the ladies—and the men

By Jerry Portwood

Embracing the Strange: Queer New York International Arts Festival

A provocative new event aims to challenge what it means to be 'queer'

By Peter Frost

Yep, He's Gay!

Earth-Two's Green Lantern Alan Scott officially gay in DC Comics universe. Now get over it.

By Jerry Portwood

Devil Wears Prada: The Sequel?

Sources say that the author is working on a sequel to her wildly popular novel

By Diego James

Will Green Lantern Be the New Gay DC Character?

Sources say Green Lantern Alan Scott likely to come out. Of course, his weakness is 'wood.'

By Jerry Portwood

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