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
Anne Hathaway could have taken the easy way out. After doing two Princess Diaries movies and playing another princess in Ella Enchanted, she could have just kept on taking roles of royalty in family-friendly fare. But for her most-recent big-screen turn, as the wife to Jake Gyllenhaal's queer cowboy in Brokeback Mountain, she makes a daring change, playing a character who is (despite only appearing onscreen in a handful of scenes) complicated and sometimes unlikable.November 13 2005 7:00 PM
1) You Have a Great Attitude Any fool'and this is backed up by sex research'knows that sex involves the brain as much as the nether organs. 2) You'll Try Anything Once And we do mean anything. 3) You Appreciate Fantasy No, you don't have to play the bad 2-year-old to your boyfriend's mean mommy, but you should realize that stories can enhance the act of lovemaking. 4) You Know the Value of Foreplay Initiating sex just by saying 'Bend over' gets old after a while. 5) You Don't Take It Personally if Your Partner Doesn't Always Get Hard God made Viagra for a reason.November 10 2005 7:00 PM
There are years defined by a single event: a breakthrough in AIDS treatment, a Supreme Court ruling overturning sodomy laws, or a state legalizing same-sex marriage. On the other hand, 2005 was notable more for natural disasters in which we pitched in to do our part'with help from our Straight Allies and hindrance from new electees to the Hall of Shame. Here are some exclusive excerpts from this year's portfolio. Melissa EtheridgeNovember 09 2005 7:00 PM
In the December issue of Out we asked three questions of Comparte's Chocolates' Jonathan Grahm, the 21-year-old openly gay chocolatier to the stars, who has been running the Brentwood, Calif., business since he was 19. Here are the exclusive outtakes from that interview. Were you a chocolate connoisseur as a child? Did your s'mores have to be made with Valrhona chocolate with 71% cocoa?November 08 2005 7:00 PM
Sure, watching one of the Guys Gone Wild DVDs on your own may provide some pleasure. But nothing beats viewing the discs with some witty friends and letting the bon mots fly.November 07 2005 7:00 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 Twenty-two: Why Men Suck What a difference a year makes.November 06 2005 7:00 PM
We get that the world is constantly changing and evolving'despite the best efforts of the president and the religious wrong. That said, when you don't pay attention to the past, you're bound to repeat its mistakes. Unfortunately, you aren't going to read about queer life in most of the textbooks out there. So here are four easily digestible morsels of (dare we use such a horrific term') 'gay history' young queers would do well to learn. Bush can't stay in office forever, right? Um'right?? Yes, Stonewall is a bar but'November 03 2005 7:00 PM
In the early '90s, long before we were livin' la vida loca or shaking our bon-bons, Jon Secada seduced us with his silky Latin grooves. With such hits as 'Just Another Day' and 'Angel,' Secada's tunes were all over the radio, earning him two Grammys and a loyal gay fan base. After a 10-year hiatus from English-language music, Secada returns with a new disc, Same Dream. He talks about his long-awaited return to English music airwaves, sharpening his musical skills on Broadway, and giving Celine a run for her money in Las Vegas.November 01 2005 7:00 PM