Britain’s Straightest Manliest Man Bares All For Elton John Charity

Advocate Britain’s Manliest Man Bares All For Elton John Charity By Jeremy Kinser Rugby star Sacha Harding has bared all for a photo shoot for the U.K. magazine Gay Times to support Elton John’s AIDS foundation. “AIDS is such a devastating disease for so many people around the world and I was honored to get […]

Video: It’s time. Gay Marriage

GetUp! in Australia released a commercial on Thursday from the perspective of one half of a gay couple in love. It builds to the big moment that they want legalized — a proposal to get married. Polls in Australia show support for marriage equality has increased to almost two-thirds of voters. But Prime Minister Julia […]

Stop the rape and torture of lesbians in Ecuador.

  Dear Friends, It’s shocking that this is happening in 2011: At 207 “clinics” across Ecuador, lesbians are held captive, raped, tortured, starved and beaten in an attempt to make them straight. But far from being clandestine, this systematic brutalization of women happens in plain sight, with the tacit approval of the government of Ecuador. […]

Glee Spoiler Or Rather Upcoming Kurt And Blaine Alert!

The Advocate Glee  Spoiler: Gay Sex Guarantees Controversy  By Tracy Gilchrist **Spoiler Alert** In a plot point that will undoubtedly set conservatives’ hair on fire, Glee’s gay teen couple, Kurt and Blaine, will lose their virginity to each other in an upcoming episode. Glee is heating up for sweeps with two of the show’s most popular couples […]

Out Magazine: Conan O’Brien – Best Wedding Officiant Ever

On Thursday the late-night legend made history at New York’s famed Beacon Theatre, officiating—quite possibly—the first same-sex wedding ever to be broadcast on television. O’Brien’s longtime costume designer Scott Cronick was walked down the isle by ‘Watch What Happens Live’ host Andy Cohen (his “favorite celebrity”) and wed in the traditional Jewish style of chuppah […]

Out’s Power 50 For 2011

In times of upheaval, power changes hands fast. It’s no surprise, then, that two of our 10 names this year are new entries. Or that one — Apple’s Tim Cook — rockets to the top of the list. TV and the internet remain fertile ground for LGBT talent and power to flourish, with five more […]