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Features Exclusive! 'Looking' Star Russell Tovey On Sex Scenes, His Famous Butt & That Rimming Cake

As "Looking" returns to the network on Jan. 11, 2015, the 33-year-old opened up on a variety of topics: his mom's reaction to his thigh thump with Groff, the advantages to shooting a sex scene with a gay actor and how, despite his famous butt, fans of the show who meet him aren't "rape-y." READ MORE.

Q&A: Robbie Rogers On Why Athletes Won't Come Out, ESPN's 'Ridiculous' Locker Room Coverage

Ever since Robbie Rogers came out in early 2013, the soccer player has been intent on changing sports culture the best way he knows how - by being himself. Rogers shares his story in "Coming Out to Play," a book co-written with Eric Marcus ("Breaking the Surface," co-authored with Greg Louganis) on the LA Galaxy player's journey from closeted Catholic to barrier breaker. The first openly gay male athlete to win a big-time team pro sports title in the U.S., Rogers talks being "sad" about the lack of out athletes, homophobia in sports and how stories on LGBT-focused locker room behavior set the gay community back. READ MORE.

Deep Inside Hollywood

Kate McKinnon, Ellen Page, Ezra Miller... READ MORE.

Wait Wait ... Do Tell Me!: Paula Poundstone Talks Sex, Tech & Cats

For decades now, Paula Poundstone's been the subject of sexual speculation. Wherever you stand on that debate, one thing's certain: The comedian's not getting any from anyone. READ MORE.

Out Of The Labyrinth, Into The Light

After two decades, "Unto Us A Child is Born," a same-sex family portrait by well-known gay Michigan artist Carl Demeulenaere, is openly out and proudly on display at the Flint Institute of Arts through Jan. 4, 2015. READ MORE.

Being Young & Coming Out To Bette Midler

When you're a 12-year-old gay boy in middle school, you don't really have an overt sexuality, just many flamboyant hobbies. 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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