The Ricky Martin Effect is a phenomenon that occurs in portrait photography when one is obliged to stand next to another person who is preternaturally beautiful, handsome, and/or photogenic.
Maria Celeste--as she's universally known, no last name necessary -- is the Emmy Award-winning journalist, anchor, host and single-most recognizable face on Spanish-language television.
During a recent live interview on my podcast, SnowbizNow, legendary songwriter Desmond Child, who wrote "Livin' la Vida Loca," offers a scoop about what may have influenced Ricky Martin to come out of the closet.
Winter's over, and this month's top 10 list is full of tracks that'll propel you into the great outdoors.
"From here it's all about Kiss Me Once, it's all about getting on the road and connecting with friends around the world. The ultimate part of what I do is about the live performance."
At this reunion at Chalo's wedding, there was something missing: That imaginary shield I wore my whole time as a teenager was gone.
Too often, says Puerto Rican singer Ivy Queen, Latin artists overlook their LGBT fans. To show her support of this fan base frequently forgotten by he...
Charles talks about the big strides that countries around the world have made on this issue in the last decade, the present-day LGBT rights map of the world, which still looks like a "patchwork quilt," and where he thinks we will (and can) be a decade from now.
Whether you've got a mother and a father, are a single parent, have two moms or two dads, are adopted or are a family of mixed race or are a blended family -- love is the guider to truth and Love makes a family.
I sat down with Spencer Day to discuss The Mystery of You and jazz's slow stride to acceptance of gay artists.
When I published my "10 LGBT Predictions for 2012," my forecasts were met with polite scorn by some. "This sounds like a wish-list more than predictions," was just one of the comments left by readers, so is with no small degree of self-satisfaction that I can now retort, "Oh, ye of little faith!"