WATCH: Obama Invokes LGBT Rights in Mandela Eulogy
People around the world are still persecuted for 'who they love,' said the president when remarking on progress still to be made. read more
IOC Head Warns Athletes Against Protesting in Sochi
With the Winter Olympics two months away, the head of the IOC has asked athletes from refrain from any sort of political protest related to Russia's antigay laws. read more
Should Edie Windsor Be Time's Person of the Year?
The plaintiff whose case made it all the way to the Supreme Court and won is being honored by a mainstream publication. read more
'Kidnapped for Christ' to Premiere at Slamdance
The documentary portrays abuse of LGBT and other young people at a so-called Christian reform school. read more
Op-ed: Separate or Together?
Yes, we pay together. And sleep together. read more
A Day in LGBT America 2013: At Work
Mondays are a little less grim when you can share them with The Advocate. Here is where our readers were on November 11 this year. read more
PHOTOS: We Asked The Stars, 'Who Is Your Hero?'
On the night of TrevorLive, which honored Jane Lynch with its Trevor Hero Award, The Advocate asked Kathy Griffin, Jason Collins, Dot-Marie Jones, and more to reveal the heroes that inspire them. read more
WATCH: The Best (and Not So Best) of LGBT Chorus Holiday Music
LGBT choral groups around the world provide some of the most moving musical moments for the holidays. Sure, there are those performances that are a little off pitch — but we enjoy them all. read more
Mass. Lt. Gov. Candidate Backs Marriage Equality; Conservatives Object
Karyn Polito joins her running mate, gubernatorial hopeful Charlie Baker, in endorsing equal marriage rights, which may cost the team support from the right. read more
Israel Again Deals Gay Couples, Families Legislative Setback
Two proposals voted down Sunday would have outlawed discrimination and provided equality for same-sex couples buying a home. read more