Are White Gay Men Too Privileged to Understand Racial Inequality?

We can sift through the minutiae of the killing of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and John Crawford, or we ...

Why We'll Miss Maya Angelou

The legendary poet, author, and civil rights activist died at her home in Winston-Salem, N.C., at the age of 86

By Out.com Editors

Andrew Sullivan calls out Larry Kramer on Truvada

The marriage equality champion urges people to back Truvada in the fight against AIDS

By Aaron Hicklin

Honor and Betrayal

Being gay is no longer a bar to joining the military, but tens of thousands of former service members continue to be …

By Natasha Vargas-Cooper

Editor's Letter: Let Us Praise English Teachers

School can be a brutal place, but there's always that one teacher — or several — who help unlock the door to the …

By Aaron Hicklin

Singer Files Motion to Dismiss Sex Abuse Suit

The X-Men director responds on eve of blockbuster opening

By Aaron Hicklin

My Normal Heart

How Larry Kramer’s AIDS play changed one writer’s world

By Jerry Portwood

Judge Rules for Marriage Equality in Pennsylvania

The Keystone State would be the 19th in the U.S. with marriage equality.

By Trudy Ring

Why I Am a Truvada Whore

I've been taking PrEP for over six months, and have urged many friends to follow suit—sadly too late for some.

By Christopher Glazek

BREAKING: Federal Judge Strikes Down Oregon Same-Sex Marriage Ban

Oregon is now the 18th state that allows equal marriage

By Alex Panisch

Michael Sam Doc-Series for Oprah Put On Hold

The OWN network postpones the reality series 'to allow Michael to have a total focus on football.'

By Aaron Hicklin

GMHC’s New CEO Kelsey Louie On How He's Going to Fix It

With the annual AIDS Walk taking place this Sunday, we catch up with the new leader on his plans for the struggling …

By Les Fabian Brathwaite

5 Things We Learned About Houston Mayor Annise Parker

1: It takes a lot to be a lesbian mayor in Texas

By Alex Panisch

Russia's Deadly Campaign

Michael Lucas's new documentary, Campaign of Hate, features gays and lesbians in frank interviews about the state of …

By Out.com Editors

Just Call Me a Cornflake Girl

Why Tori Amos remains my gay icon

By Nick Dothée

Editor's Letter: Romancing The Past

My high school idol played The Kinks, wore paisley shirts, and stayed up late into the night playing Risk, but his …

By Aaron Hicklin

Castro Continues to Fight for LGBT Rights in Cuba

Photographer Eric Politzer captured Havana Cuba Pride Conga March, the beginning of a week of events culminating with …

By Jerry Portwood

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