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Caleb Bankston, Former Survivor Contestant, Dies At 26

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Choose Your Own Adventure With Neil Patrick Harris' Autobiography

Read an excerpt from the actor's upcoming memoir

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Trans Man Crowned Mr. Gay Philadelphia

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Exclusive: Watch the Trailer for the New Film Starring Michael Urie & Randy Harrison

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Queers for the Climate Want to 'Save the Straights'

Oh, and the rest of the planet, too

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Lee Daniels Dedicates Stonewall Vision Award to Boyfriend Jahil Fisher

Read his full acceptance speech from the Stonewall Community Foundation’s Vision Awards

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The Hottest Out and Proud Celebrities

These stars are proud to be out and so are we

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Broadway Boyfriends Announce Engagement on Instagram

Smash star Andy Mientus and Anger Management's Michael Arden are engaged to be married.

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Boy Scouts to Lead NYC Pride Parade

….And 5 Other Things You Need to Know Today

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Viral Video Star Isn't a Britney Fan–But That's OK

Israeli video artist Gal Volinez explains why his 'Work Bitch' adaptation, 'HI Brit,' needed a 'fat guy' to prove a …

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The Power of Being Heard

StoryCorps seeks to honor the poetry, beauty, and grace in the stories around us.

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Sam Smith Covers Whitney Houston

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Alfred Molina & John Lithgow as Gay Grooms

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Catching up with Gay of Thrones Star Jonathan Van Ness

The host of the popular web series dishes

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Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons Win at Critics’ Choice Television Awards

The Normal Heart, OITNB win big

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From Stonewall to Carnegie: Tona Brown Makes History

The violinist and singer is the first transgender African-American woman to play Carnegie Hall

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