Obama Celebrate Advance of Same-Sex Marriage as 'Story of Freedom'

In the State of the Union Address, the president proclaimed marriage for gay men and women to be a civil right and ...

Book of Matt Author Responds to Media Matters

Steve Jimenez challenges the watchdog organization to a public debate about the facts in his book about the Matthew …

By Steve Jimenez

Inside the Gay/Trans Wing of L.A.'s Central Jail

L.A. Weekly obtained unprecedented access to the ward occupied by gay men and transgender women inside the Los Angeles …

By Sunnivie Brydum

Qatar: We Will Find 'Creative' Solutions for LGBTs at World Cup

The host nation of the 2022 FIFA World Cup claims it will be able to accommodate LGBT soccer fans.

By Alex Panisch

Jason Collins Announces Retirement From the NBA

After 13 years in the NBA, Collins is retiring from professional basketball.

By Alex Panisch

Gay Blood Ban Might Be Reduced in U.S.

A federal advisory committee suggested that gay men should be allowed to donate blood after a year of abstinence. …

By Alex Panisch

Pussy Riot On Protest, Prison, and Putin

Members of the Russian punk protest band joined Klaus Biesenbach for a conversation about Putin, government oppression, …

By James McDonald

Vladimir Putin: The Advocate’s Person of the Year

The Russian President has made the biggest impact on LGBT rights this year, it’s just a negative one.

By Alex Panisch

Latvia's Foreign Minister Tweets: 'I Am Gay'

In a country where LGBT rights have far to go, a key government figure publicly embraces his sexual orientation.

By Aaron Hicklin

Clay Aiken Comes in Second... Again

There weren't enough Claymates in the Tarheel State to save the former Idol finalist from defeat.

By Neal Broverman

Russia Tears Down Steve Jobs 'Memorial' After Tim Cook Comes Out

Russia’s ‘gay propaganda’ law strikes again.

By Alex Panisch

Where Are They Now: Christine Quinn

After a disappointing defeat, the New York politician is back with a new cause to fight for: She wants you to vote for …

By Jerry Portwood

On Saying 'I Do'

Many of us still wonder if the privilege of saying 'I do' is just a slippery slope to convention and decorum.

By Aaron Hicklin

Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay'

He's the most prominent, and powerful, man in business to come out

By Jerry Portwood

Outing Iceland’s Whaling Industry

An anti-whaling advocate, Sigursteinn Másson continues to educate his country and the world to end the barbaric practice …

By Brandon Presser

Trans Mother Receives Working Mother of the Year Award

Meghan Stabler discusses her historic win

By Michelle Ehrhardt

Sign of the Times: Nakedness in a Digital Age

In San Francisco, where nude men once gathered to chat in the sun and employees of Silicon Valley discover new ways for …

By Richard Rodriguez