The Advocate just published its interview with Barack Obama:
Obama does a good job in clearly stating his support for LGBT equality: supporting the repeals of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and the Defense of Marriage Act, the passage of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (preferably with gender identity protection), and of equal benefits for federal employees.
Obama perhaps sounds a bit defensive on not giving more interviews to the queer press (though he was responding to a charge by the publisher of the Philadelphia Gay News, who has given money to Hillary Clinton). It would be nice if he were bolder on same sex marriage, but understandable that he might avoid that hot potato. And it would have been good if he had shown some regret about having homophobe Donnie McClurkin perform during his South Carolina tour, providing a forum for McClurkin's anti-gay rants.
But overall, I think Obama did well with the interview. It is clear that he does not view the LGBT community as radioactive, as candidates have in the past, but rather as a constituency as deserving of equal treatment as any other.