Banned Photo Installation of Gay Couples Kissing in the Vatican Coming to New York

The Church didn't let it happen in Rome, but Gonzalo Orquin's work will be shown this spring.

WATCH: 8 Authors Talk Pride

Watch Christopher Bram, Dorothy Allison, Martin Duberman, Elana Dykewomon, Michael Nava, Joseph Caldwell, Ned Rorem, and …

By Jerry Portwood

WATCH: Gay Couples Show World 'Love is Love'

Artistic duo turned the camera on Alaska's same-sex couples.

By Andrew Belonsky

10 Alaskan Same-Sex Couples In Love

Photographer Mitch Kitter captures tender moments in the Last Frontier

By Out.com Editors

Exclusive Excerpt From Chris Kluwe's New Book

Football-playing activist and former 'Out' cover boy Chris Kluwe shares a chapter from his new book, 'Beautifully Unique …

By Chris Kluwe

Franco-file: Win a Signed Copy of James Franco's 'A California Childhood'

This 'memoir' is an intimate portrait of the artist as a young man

By Out.com Editors

Andy Warhol's Gay Pics Go Up For Auction

The Christie's auction coincides with gay pride.

By Andrew Belonsky

Diane Keaton on 'Ellen' and Dummies

The normally media-shy actress shares her love of photographer Matthew Rolston’s ventriloquist portraits

By Matthew Breen

Need to Know: How to Be a Playgirl

Jessanne Collins has revealed the ridiculous (and sexy) inner secrets of the former male skin mag—even posing for a …

By Jerry Portwood

Catholic-Owned Media Company Will Sell Erotica, But Not Gay Lit

Weltbild peddles 'Lawyer's Whore' but reverses course on gay themes.

By Andrew Belonsky

Half-Drag

Leland Bobbé's provocative photographs capture the two sides of drag

By Out.com Editors

'For Members Only: Eyes on the Guise'

Christie's is auctioning off over 200 of Andy Warhol's paintings, drawings, and photos.

By Out.com Editors

A Gay Superhero Dream Team

Marvel's diversifying their titles. Is it time for a gay X-Men series?

By Out.com Editors

AIDS in New York: the First Five Years

The New-York Historical Society’s new exhibit puts on display the confusion, fear, and anger that defined the disease’s …

By Andrew Belonsky

A.M. Homes Wins Women's Prize for Fiction

The American author won a prestigious British literary prize for her novel 'May We Be Forgiven'

By Out.com Editors

The Invisible Man

A chance encounter in a remote Welsh town sparks an obsessive quest.

By Duncan Fallowell

A Gay Artist's 30-Year Greek Love Affair

An excerpt from painter Christian Brechneff's new memoir.

By Out.com Editors

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