A New Nuclear Family for John Benjamin Hickey In Manhattan, the out actor plays Frank Winter, a physics professor who helped create the atomic bomb
Nathan Parsons Thinks True Blood's Gay Romance Is Important The actor opens up about playing gay on the show
Fire Island Dance Festival: Turning Nature’s Wrath into a Thing of Beauty The festival celebrated its 20th anniversary
Why Do We Love Our Dogs? Benoit Denizet-Lewis on traveling with his dog Casey, the bisexual controversy, and why James Franco is making a film about his ex-gay friend
Alex Minsky's Swimsuit Shoot Veteran-turned-model Alex Minsky is the new muse of swimwear designer Matthew Zink.
The Biggest F*g H*g in the World: “I’m ‘Mother’ to My Fellow Outcasts!” Plus: more musical spoofs of men in drag
Michael Sam and the Draw That Changed American Sports Forever He was the 249th NFL draft pick — that changed everything.
The Wedding Guide
It's hard to believe that it was 1987 when Tiffany first came into our lives with her hit album, Tiffany, and a mall tour that captured America's imagination in a way no Chess King ever could. This year she appeared on Hit Me Baby One More Time, released the new album Dust Off and Dance, and October 1 she will be rocking the Gay Days at Disneyland. We caught up with the fiery redhead, recently returned from England with her new British hubby. First off, happy first anniversary! How is married life?September 19 2005 8:00 PM
In our September issue, we chatted briefly with Broadway legend Chita Rivera. Here we are pleased to present the complete interview with the Tony-winning actress, whose latest show, Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life, is currently playing at San Diego's Old Globe (and will soon transfer to Broadway). Tell us about your new show!September 15 2005 8:00 PM
1. Amsterdam'In the forefront of same-sex marriage, just about everyone speaks English, the Homomonument, marijuana is legal. 2. Paris'How many other cities have 'Gay' in their nickname? 3. London'Your accent will make you exotic. Everyone wants to buy the Yank a drink. (Or at least they did until Tony Blair got so cozy with Dubya') 4. Tokyo'You'll be the new boy in town, and in many Tokyo bars and clubs, you'll create quite a stir just by walking in the door. 5. Boston'Capital of the first state to legalize same-sex marriage. Need we say more?September 15 2005 8:00 PM
In the October issue of Out, we interviewed openly gay singer-songwriter-superproducer Linda Perry, mastermind behind Gwen Stefani's debut single, 'What You Waiting For,' Kelly Osbourne's sophomore album and musical rebirth, and, of course, Christina Aguilera's mega-hit single 'Beautiful.' Here we present outtakes from the interview with Perry, including a bit about the re-release of her 1996 solo artist album, In Flight. For the complete story, pick up the October issue of Out. What first interested you in music?September 13 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 Eighteen: A Cleansing ExperienceSeptember 11 2005 8:00 PM
In the October issue of Out, we mentioned that there would be nude photos from Brokeback Mountain on Out.com. It turns out that these photos were unofficial, and thus cannot be placed on this Web site. We apologize for misleading any of the magazine's readers.September 11 2005 8:00 PM