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Features The Perfect Match

In the new indie film "Match," now available via VOD, Patrick Stewart plays a queer Julliard dance instructor, Tobias, who meets with a couple, played by Matthew Lillard and Carla Gugino, for an interview. READ MORE.

EXCLUSIVE! Gwen Stefani On Why She Paints Her Boys' Nails, Meeting Gays 'Late In Life' & Her (Lack Of) Girl Crushes

From bed in her Los Angeles home, Gwen Stefani insists she doesn't mind doing her first gay press interview in a decade on her day off. "I love talking about myself," the No Doubt frontwoman says, giggling. Set to release her third solo album this spring, Stefani rang to open up about her "late in life" introduction to the gay community, the lesson she's teaching her boys when she paints their nails and how hubby Gavin Rossdale has broadened her worldview. READ MORE.

Famed Cartoonist Alison Bechdel Chats Ahead Of Ann Arbor Talk

Alison Bechdel has raised the bar rather significantly. She's expanded her craft well beyond simple cartooning to become a graphic memoirist. She's also a gay pioneer, having created the groundbreaking strip "Dykes to Watch Out For," which ran in LGBT publications throughout the country for 25 years and cemented her role as a satirist spokeswoman for the community. READ MORE.

Michigan Kathy Griffin Speaks Out On Bill Cosby: 'Allegedly Probably Guilty'

{BOLD Bill Cosby}: "Umm... I'm gonna go with probably guilty because he's probably guilty. I don't have a story, but I'm just saying, those types of stories have been circulating as long as I've been in comedy, so frankly I just wish this stuff would've been exposed decades earlier, because I'm gonna go with allegedly probably guilty." READ MORE.

Features Q&A: Kathy Griffin Reveals Death-Related Talk With Joan Rivers, Plans To Get Fired From 'Fashion Police' & Cher's Health

Kathy Griffin isn't kidding when she says, "If I can get serious for one second..." Putting aside her usual biting assault against all things celebrity, the comedian gets candid about her dear friend and idol Joan Rivers in our latest interview: Griffin's frequent death-related conversations with the late comedy legend, "literally" getting Joan's permission to supersede her on "Fashion Police" (premiering Jan. 12 on E!), and how Joan taught Kathy "not to give a fuck." READ MORE.

Special Section: World AIDS Day
Study Finds Significant Racial Disparities For HIV Infection Among Black And White MSM

A study published in the journal The Lancet HIV reports that there is a significant disparity in HIV prevalence between black and white men who have sex with men. The study was published on Nov. 18 and found a startling 32 percent prevalence rate for black men who have sex with men, compared with only eight percent for white men who have sex with men.

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