Lawyer Drops Bryan Singer’s Accuser Following $100K Settlement Leak

Singer’s accuser, Michael Egan III, refused to sign the settlement, but it may still be enforceable.

Texas Judge Strikes Down Marriage Ban

A federal judge today rules Texas's marriage ban unconstitutional.

By Michelle Garcia

Roy Simmons, Gay Former Football Player, Dies at 57

The former offensive lineman for the Giants and the Washington Redskins—and one of the few N.F.L. players to have …

By Jerry Portwood

David Mixner Writes About His Fight to Live

The civil rights activist shares his thoughts after a near-death decision in an intensive care unit

By Jerry Portwood

Billy Francesca: Advice From an Idiot on Menage a Trois

Guest columnist Billy Francesca may be an idiot, but as one of L.A.’s premier party promoters and half-drag nightlife …

By Billy Francesca

As Russia Runs For the Closet, Afghanistan Comes Out

Nemat Sadat never imagined that coming out would awaken a gay movement in Afghanistan

By Nemat Sadat

Marriage Equality Coming to Finland?

Finland is the only Nordic country without marriage equality, but a Parliamentary debate might be the start of change …

By Matthew Breen

An Open Letter to Perez Hilton From a 'Real' Gay Dad of New York

Will the reality television show ever make it onto the air?

By Fabian Blue

Europe's First Trans Parliamentarian Arrested at Olympics for Gay Sign

Vladimir Luxuria says she was arrested and detained for carrying a 'Gay Is OK' sign.

By Diane Anderson-Minshall

Rewiring Sports for a New Generation of Athletes

It's our responsibility to educate those who seem too rigid to adapt to change

By Jared Max

Federal Judge Rules Virginia’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

Virginia must also recognize same-sex marriages from other states

By Alex Panisch

LA’s Frontiers Magazine Has New Ownership

The 32-year-old biweekly gay nightlife magazine has new ownership, and new plans to go national and eliminate …

By Matthew Breen

A Plague On All These AIDS Films and Stuff

A veteran of Act Up and former editor of POZ takes issue with the profusion of movies and books memorializing our …

By Walter Armstrong

Finding Love in a Hopeful Place

Growing up gay in the far east of Russia, I knew I'd never be able to be myself

By Sasha Korbut

Kentucky: A Big Step Closer to Marriage Equality

A judge struck down the ban on same-sex marriages in the Bluegrass state

By Matthew Breen

Openly Gay Eagle Scout Pascal Tessier May Be Kicked Out of BSA Soon

Once Tessier turns 18, the Boy Scouts of America could turn him away.

By Jesse Steinbach

Being Gay In Sports Is A Problem for the Older Generation

Football player Michael Sam's news will help show there's no connection between physical attraction and sport

By Jared Max

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