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Dont bet on Barack
November 21 2006 1:00 AM ET

Don't bet on Barack

Advocate.com Editors

LGBT voters may want to think twice about throwing their support behind 2008's great blue hope.

Across the gay divide
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

Across the gay divide

Christopher Rice

AIDS didn’t behead the gay community; it drove a wedge between generations that neither side has done a very good job of bridging.

Katharine Hepburn: Leading Man
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

Katharine Hepburn: Leading man

Michael Rowe

How do we know Kate Hepburn was one of the greatest actors ever? Because inside her soul, she was a boy named Jimmy. Biographer Bill Mann explains.

A day without gay?
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

A day without gay?

Lawrence Ferber

In Wedding Wars one gay wedding planner’s inspired activism prompts a nationwide walkout. But could it happen in real life? We rang up a handful of high-profile out gay wedding and events planners to find out.

Demanding healthy love
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

Demanding healthy love

Patrick Moore

Isolated and ashamed no more: Gays and lesbians abused by their partners are finally speaking up and getting help.

Outspoken: David Idol
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

Outspoken: David Idol

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It takes an island
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

It takes an island

Michael Migliori

Biology teacher Michael Migliori was worried that the conservative Catholics of the tiny Micronesian island of Rota wouldn’t accept that he is gay.

Glad my boss is gay
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

Glad my boss is gay

Frank Mok

Despite potential complications, young gays say they are much happier and more comfortable with openly gay bosses.

Staying alive 101
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

Staying Alive 101

Sarah Kennedy

The latest book by transsexual writer Kate Bornstein offers youths creative alternatives to suicide, including sex and drugs.

Still kicking in New York
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

Still kicking in New York

Advocate.com Editors

On World AIDS Day, December 1, the executive director of New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center celebrates 20 years at the helm, from the devastating early years of the epidemic to the vibrant tableau of gay life today.

John Stamos pops our cork
November 20 2006 1:00 AM ET

John Stamos pops our cork!

Advocate.com Editors

John Stamos is having a hell of a second act: The former sitcom babe has sparkled up his nipples in Cabaret and pumped life into ER. Now, in the A&E movie Wedding Wars, he goes on strike for our right to marry.

Why should being gay be a crime?
November 15 2006 1:00 AM ET

Why should being gay be a crime?

Doug Ireland

In 75 countries being gay is still a crime. French activist Louis-Georges Tin, founder of the International Day Against Homophobia, hopes to change that by having the United Nations adopt a resolution calling for the decriminalization of homosexuality worldwide. Tin spoke to The Advocate ahead of a press conference in Paris where he announced the news.

Understanding Haggards fall from grace
November 08 2006 1:00 AM ET

Understanding Haggard's fall from grace

John Sonego

It's easy to delight in disgraced evangelical leader Ted Haggard’s very public humiliation. Perhaps he deserves that and more. But to stay in harsh judgment would do a great disservice to ourselves and to our hard-won self-respect.

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