A gay and lesbian-themed magazine series that includes investigative reports and profiles of newsmakers, along with features on aspects of gay culture. The series drew fire even before it aired when then-senator Bob Dole attacked it as a `gay Ed Sullivan show.' The show persevered, however, went on to win awards from several gay and lesbian organization (more…)
First Aired: August 1, 2008
Sandra Bernhard and Camille Paglia on sexuality, lesbian identity and the gay male influence on art and culture; the Nation's Richard Kim and host Michael Billy on the maturing of the LGBT movement; actor Wilson Cruz and Gay Men's Health Crisis CEO Marjorie Hill on the AIDS epidemic and the role of education in overcoming LGBT stereotypes.