Riccardo Tisci Honored at Keep a Child Alive's Annual Black Ball The creative director of Givenchy receives humanitarian award from Alicia Keys' AIDS non-profit
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.
Derek Jarman’s Art Conversation The pioneering filmmaker starts a conversation between tradition and identity
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay' He's the most prominent, and powerful, man in business to come out
Tom Ford Honored For AIDS Work At amfAR Inspiration Gala Rihanna, Miley, and many more celebrate the designer with a generous auction
Pina Bausch’s Epic Battle of the Sexes In 1978’s Kontakthof, the late German choreographer brilliantly skewered contemporary relationships. Nearly 35 years later, it still feels fresh.
Dreamgirls Director Bill Condon Takes On Side Show & Sherlock Holmes Plus: Sting's Ship has docked on Broadway
The Gospel According to Benedict Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.
The Wedding Guide
When The Treasures of Tutankhamun, better known as the King Tut exhibit, visited seven American museums between 1976 and 1979, more than eight million people saw the rare artifacts from ancient Egypt. Many of the highlights are back for an encore, called Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs, now at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through November 15. (It will travel to Ft.July 12 2005 8:00 PM
Jason Mraz is not only adorably cute and an incredibly gifted young musician, but he's also gay-friendly and open-minded, especially when it comes to free love and "experimenting" with his (male) roommate. After he signed with Elektra records and his 2002 debut album Waiting for my Rocket to Come went triple platinum, people began to notice the lanky Virginia native. Queer and hetero fans alike love him for his gorgeous voice, laidback personality, and his open-minded philosophy. At last, in the summer of 2005, Mraz's second album, Mr. A to Z,will be released.July 10 2005 8:00 PM
1) I've realized that I'm really an asexual. 2) I want a baby. 3) You looked better when I was drinking. 4) Size really does matter. 5) I always get dumped'and I wanted to see what the other side felt like. 6) My company's just transferred me to Idaho. 7) I want to go to Provincetown and get married. 8) It's me, not you. 9) It's you, not me.July 07 2005 8:00 PM
In April gymnast Graham Ackerman won the national championship in the floor exercise event at the 2005 NCAA Men's Gymnastics Championship at the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., making him a three-time national champ and one of only a handful of openly gay top-ranked college athletes. In 2004 he had nabbed the national titles in two events'floor and vault'a stunning double win for the University of California, Berkeley, political science and European affairs double major.July 04 2005 8:00 PM
The electro-trash dance troupe, consisting of Chunx, Funx, Hunx, and Junx (two girls, two gay guys, four exclamation points), just toured Europe with Le Tigre, where they got kids worked up with their dirty organ riffs and hella-fast beats. Here's more from our August issue interview with Hunx, 25, the keyboardist, and lead-screamer Chunx, 24. Unlike a lot of your fans, you're old enough to drink on stage. Hunx: Oh, my God, yes. I don't think we've ever played a show without drinking. Who goes to GT shows?July 04 2005 8:00 PM
Out.com is proud to present the wacky and wild (and absolutely true'although some names have been changed to protect the guilty) adventures of a 30-year-old guy in Hollywood who just wants to lose a few (dozen) pounds. And find eternal happiness and fulfillment. Is that too much to ask? Part Thirteen: When in Rome'July 03 2005 8:00 PM