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Features Q&A: Getting To The Core Of Nick Jonas: Abs, Album & That Gay Striptease 'They Made Me Do'

When you think of Nick Jonas - and let's face it, you've been thinking a lot about him lately - a few things come to mind: the straight-edged Jonas Brothers. Former flames Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez. His abs. Per his handlers, two of those topics were off-limits during my chat with Nick, but so what. Ever since he posted a salacious Instagram pic of his fit, V-cut torso in 2013, it's been ab this, ab that. The 22-year-old BFF to the gay community is also releasing a self-titled, post-Jonas Brothers album (out Nov. 11), which he chatted about during our interview. You know, in addition to his abs. READ MORE.

Q&A: Annie Lennox On Her Legacy, Why Beyonce Is 'Feminist Lite'

They don't make hearts bigger than the one beating inside of Annie Lennox. Despite the icon's legendary recording career, dating back to the late '70s, music has taken a backseat to another passion: people. While still dedicated to philanthropic work focused on causes like HIV/AIDS and global peace, the singer-songwriter returns with her first disc in four years, a covers album called "Nostalgia." READ MORE.

Perfume Genius Is 'Just As Capable Of Murder As Everybody Else' Even In Silk

Mike Hadreas is tapping his "really long" nails on a table. "Can you hear that?" he asks. The act seems insignificant, but for the Seattle-based musician - better known as Perfume Genius - it's a rite of passage. That (tap, tap) encapsulates independence, bravery and rebelliousness - all facets of his confrontational third album "Too Bright," where Hadreas redefines his musical genius to reflect a revelatory breakthrough. READ MORE.

Movies Take Hope In Health

After its URL earlier success this year http:www.pridesource.comarticle.html?article=64445, Affirmations will again host a series of relationship skills classes along with HAVEN and Turning Point. Themed around health and wellness, the classes will have a different topic each session. The skills class is based on a curriculum development by the Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse in Seattle. (Space is limited for each session, so advanced registration at www.goaffirmations.org is recommended.) READ MORE.

Features Q&A: Breakout Star Banks Talks 'Crazy' Calls She Gets From Prison, Newfound Fame

Jillian Banks is a long way away from being a gay icon, but she's off to a good start. Like Madonna and Cher, the moody Los Angeles songstress is a one-name phenom: Banks. A touchstone of 2014, her debut, "Goddess," is an intoxicating hybrid of James Blake-esque electronica and old-school R&B. READ MORE.

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Low-Income State Residents Will Have Coverage For PrEP

"This is literally a drug that you can take to reduce your risk of contracting HIV. Why isn't this available to everyone, everywhere?" - Katelyn Tonge, an Albion College student leader

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