What's Wrong With The McCarthys?

Chock-full of clichés, the pilot for this new sitcom about a gay Boston man-child is too much of a family affair.

Catching Up With 1 Girl 5 Gays

With its frank, often curse-laced discussions about bareback sex, masturbation and one-night stands, there is no …

By Shane Michael Singh

Sneak Peek: Out's Stockholm Bash with Footballer Anton Hysén

It's official: We're smitten with Sweden. …

By Max Berlinger

Out Goes To Sweden: Food, Folks, And Fun

A traditional Swedish breakfast -- cheese, cured meats, and pastries -- has been devoured. Now that we have some gas in …

By Max Berlinger

Hummer: Björk's "Crystalline"

By Mike Berlin

Chatter: Anna Paquin On Her Bisexuality

"Frankly no one had ever asked me before: There is a lot of prejudice against us but the more people talk …

By Mike Berlin

Magazine Exhumes Princess Di

Look guys! It's Princess Diana, aged to 50 by Newsweek and Photoshop! …

By Mike Berlin

Good Morning from Hotel Skeppsholmen

It's a beautiful morning here in Stockholm and the whole Out team is nibbling on breakfast before a busy day of …

By Max Berlinger

Save The Date

By Mike Berlin

Out Goes To Sweden: Getting There

Greetings from Sweden!

By Noah Michelson

4000 Boys, 1 Island, 1 Big Party

Questions: If you had to be stuck on an island, which one would you go to? If you could choose when you went to this …

By Jess Klaebe

Exclusive: Warehouse 13 Goes Gay

As life would have it, twin brothers Aaron and Shawn Ashmore both found niches in Hollywood by playing characters in …

By Phillip B. Crook

Out Goes To Sweden: Herring Is Caring

“We eat herring twice a year,” says our welcoming guide to Sweden, Anders Lindstrom from our airline host, SAS. “At …

By Max Berlinger

Out Goes To Sweden: SAS Economy Extra, By The Numbers

Hej då, Newark. Hej hej, Stockholm! …

By Justin Ocean

We Do: GAY MARRIAGE IS LEGAL IN NEW YORK

For all our previous gay marriage coverage, click here. For all our previous gay marriage coverage, click here. …

By Mike Berlin

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