Polo Ralph Lauren, Taking Us Home For The Holidays Timelessness meets cutting-edge just in time for winter
The History of Our Future Two approaches to the gay martyrdom and heroism in The Imitation Game and The Circle.
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.
Holiday Gift Guide Our picks for the Athlete, the Epicurean, the Scholar, and the Jet-setter on your list
Dirty Pop She’s as obsessed with Serge Gainsbourg as she is with Justin Bieber. But where does Charli XCX fit in?
Vote for the Sexiest 'Stache From Tom Selleck's iconic whiskers to model Matthieu Charneau's peach fuzz, which of these men can claim to have the sexiest facial hair? Vote for your favorites.
The Wedding Guide
We were crushed about Hilary and Chad. Saddened by Nick and Jessica. Wounded by Jennifer and Brad. But, hey, queer celebrities have had their share of heartache as well. Here's a list of the top nine most devastating lesbian and gay celebrity break-ups. 9) k.d. lang and Leisha Hailey They were a more low-key couple, but singer lang and L Word star Hailey (who was then a member of the band the Murmurs) were out and proud during their five-year relationship. They broke up about four years ago. 8) B.D. Wong and Richie JacksonJanuary 12 2006 7:00 PM
Since last Valentine's Day I've been trying to convince my girlfriend, Meg, that we should make each other 'I hate you' cards for February 14 and fine-dine at McDonald's, gorging on greasy French fries and bulging burgers under those foul fluorescent lights to protest such a stupid holiday. She hasn't agreed to it yet, but since then I've been wondering, Isn't Valentine's Day a holiday purposely designed to make single people feel like crap? Actually, isn't solophobia even more pervasive and insistent than homophobia these days?January 10 2006 7:00 PM
Let's face it'an awful lot of workplaces go into holiday mode right after Thanksgiving. What with the 3-day weekends, the half-day-before-the-three-day-weekend, and the short-day-because-it's-the-office-party day, it's hard to get back to a five-day workweek with nary a holiday in sight. Here are some suggestions for chasing the post holiday blahs. 1. Rededicate yourself to your job. 2. Don't sweat the job; plan your next vacation. 3. Join a gym. Yes, it will be crowded with all the other get-in-shape for the New Year new members, but at least you'll have some company.January 05 2006 7:00 PM