Topics :: Ricky Martin

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Ricky Martin :: Putting It Down

MUSIC | By JC Alvarez | Mar 17
With a new dance single, world tour, album and another in the works, Ricky Martin is proving you just can't put him down! The Latin music sensation is shaking things up and keeping fans moving!

Ricky Martin Wishes He Could Come Out Again

CELEBRITIES | By Edith M. Lederer | Dec 12
Latin superstar Ricky Martin is telling a U.N. conference on homophobia that he wishes he could come out again so he could tell people struggling with their identities that "it’s just beautiful - you find love."

Gay Man Brutally Attacked in Chilean Capital Dies

INTERNATIONAL | By Michael K. Lavers | Mar 27
Daniel Zamudio, the gay man who was brutally attacked in a park in the Chilean capital on March 4, passed away on Tuesday. He was 24.

GLAAD Honors :: 25 Years of Advocacy

CELEBRITIES | By JC Alvarez | Mar 20
GLAAD Media Awards...25 Years of sharing stories, increasing acceptance, advancing equality - honors the 2011 recipients in New York City.

GayPop 2010 :: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

CULTURE | By JC Alvarez and Robert Nesti | Jan 2
Who were the trendsetters in gay popular culture in 2010? And who were the trainwrecks? Here’s our assessment.

Ricky Martin’s autobiography due in November

CELEBRITIES | Aug 20
Ricky Martin has picked an appropriate title for his autobiography: "Me."

Celebrities honor Ricky Martin at amfAR gala in NY

CELEBRITIES | By Nicole Evatt | Jun 4
Ricky Martin has stepped out in style at an AIDS research organization’s New York City gala celebrating men’s fashion. It’s one of his first public appearances since announcing he’s gay.

Ricky Martin criticizes Arizona’s immigration law

CELEBRITIES | Apr 30
Singer Ricky Martin joined in the criticism of Arizona’s new law that will allow police to stop anyone they think might be an illegal immigrant.

Ricky Martin’s coming out could prove a "watershed moment" for LGBT Puerto Ricans

NATIONAL | By Michael K. Lavers | Mar 30
Ricky Martin’s decision to come out could prove a watershed moment for LGBT Puerto Ricans and other Latinos, according to Pedro Julio Serrano of Puerto Rico Para Tod@s.

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