Adam Lambert, 'Glee,' Chris Colfer and RuPaul are among the winners of gay male entertainment website's 2010 Visibility Awards.

Rocker Adam Lambert beat out singer Ricky Martin, actors Chris Colfer and Neil Patrick Harris, and sex advice columnist-activist Dan Savage to win the Best Gay/Bi Man of the Year award.

The increasingly political Lambert publicly came out gay last year on the cover of Rolling Stone. The American Idol season 8 runner-up's Glam Nation tour met with protesters in Malaysia who decried the singer's performance as promoting “gay culture,” claims Lambert denied. In closing his tour, he dedicated his rendition of Sam Cooke's A Change Is Gonna Come to gay rights.

Other winners include pop star Lady Gaga, who was named Favorite Gay Ally, Arizona Senator John McCain, who was named Worst Homophobe, actor Chris Colfer, who was named Favorite TV Actor, and actor Daniel Radcliffe, who was named Favorite Movie Actor.

The Fox musical-comedy Glee won Favorite TV Comedy, and readers picked HBO's vampire drama True Blood as their Favorite TV Drama.

Cabler Logo's drag queen reality series RuPaul's Drag Race was named Favorite Reality TV Show. Season 3 of the show premieres on Monday, January 24.