We Will Have Nun of That
A young woman realizes she has a particular gift, but some of the authority figures around her just don't want to understand her psychic abilities. Featured Image: read more
Artist Spotlight: Pedro Centeno Vallenilla
Influenced by native Venezuelan lore, Renaissance masters, and Italian Fascists, Vallenilla's artwork glorifies the male body. Featured Image: read more
Was Suspect in Kansas Murders Tied to Attack on Gay Bookstore?
Frazier Glenn Miller, accused of killing three people at Jewish community sites last weekend, may have connections to murders at a gay adult bookstore in North Carolina in 1987, says an investigative report from Raw Story. Featured Image: ...
Last Words With RuPaul's Drag Race's Trinity K. Bonet
The Advocate spoke with RuPaul's Drag Race's Trinity K. Bonet after he sashayed away. Featured Image: read more
Zimbabwe's President Threatens to Deport LGBT-Supportive Diplomats
Robert Mugabe promised that Zimbabwe will not tolerate Western ideas about the equality of LGBT people, nor will it welcome diplomats who share those perspectives. Featured Image: ...
Hot Sheet: April 18, 2014
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Kelis, Semi-Precious Weapons, clones, and real damn bears. Featured Image: read more
James Franco Calls Gay NYT Theater Critic a 'Little Bitch'
The Of Mice and Men star did not appreciate his review from New York Times critic Ben Brantley, who has responded to the insult. Featured Image: read more
S.C. Town Fights Firing of Lesbian Police Chief
Residents of Latta, S.C., say Crystal Moore was an exemplary officer and chief, but Mayor Earl Bullard wanted to get rid of her because she's a lesbian. Featured Image: read more
B. Scott to Appeal Ruling Finding BET Didn't Discriminate
A Los Angeles judge has dismissed transgender media maven B. Scott's lawsuit claiming that BET discriminated against him when the network yanked him off the red carpet before the 2013 BET Awards and demanded he put on more traditionally masculin ...
World Cup Shirts Highlight Soccer's Homophobic Atmosphere
The designer behind T-shirts using homophobic slurs regarding World Cup athletes says the shirts are not offensive. Featured Image: read more