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Sandra Oh
September 11 2006 12:00 AM ET

Sandra Oh

Advocate.com Editors

Oh, Sandra! She steals her scenes in Sideways and the show in Grey’s Anatomy. Emmy-nominated and a fixture in indie movies—see her this December in Thom Fitzgerald’s AIDS-related drama 3 Needles—Oh never fails to delight and surprise us.

September 01 2006 12:00 AM ET

America's Next Top Model's writers seek basic benefits

Advocate.com Editors

When I first became a writer for "America's Next Top Model" back on Cycle Four of the show, people would often hear of my chosen vocation and respond with some permutation of the following: "Oh, hey, my daughter / coworker / gay cousin watches that show! Me, not so much. I don't even know when it's on, seeing as I find a modeling competition too lowbrow for my NPR-level sensibilities." But that was two years ago

Holy hypocrites Hollywood
September 01 2006 12:00 AM ET

Holy hypocrites, Hollywood!

John Morgan Wilson

Talk about casting stones: The same forces in Hollywood that are now condemning Mel Gibson are guilty of their own bigotry. And can you say you've never crossed that line?

Im no faggot Im bisexual
August 31 2006 12:00 AM ET

"I'm no faggot; I'm bisexual"

Tully Satre

Returning for his last year in a Catholic high school, our diarist runs into a clique of students trumpeting their bisexuality. Are they for real?

Katrinas queer victims Still suffering
August 31 2006 12:00 AM ET

Katrina's queer victims: Still suffering

Advocate.com Editors

One year later the lives of many LGBT New Orleans residents remain in tatters—no thanks to George Bush's "faith-based" charities, most of which condemn homosexuality and refuse to recognize, much less assist, our families.

Forced Out A Real ID problem for trans people
August 29 2006 12:00 AM ET

Forced out: A real ID problem for trans people

Joanne Herman

Changing one’s name and gender marker privately can be tricky if you're transgender, and a new law designed to thwart terrorists is about to make it a lot trickier. Part 10 in The Advocate’s ongoing Transgender 101 series

Party favors
August 28 2006 12:00 AM ET

Party favors

Advocate.com Editors

The new Democratic Party rules that changed the presidential primary schedule also established stricter standards for including LGBT people in the process.

Fall entertainment previews: Theater
August 28 2006 12:00 AM ET

Fall entertainment preview: Theater

Commentary 970 2006-09-12 2006-08-28 Fall entertainment preview: Theater Photo: Two Boys in Bed on a Cold Winter's Night September

Fall entertainment previews: Books
August 28 2006 12:00 AM ET

Fall entertainment previews: Books

We interrupt our usual Reviews section to bring you a roundup of this fall’s arts menu.

Fall entertainment previews: Pop music
August 28 2006 12:00 AM ET

Fall entertainment previews: Pop music

We interrupt our usual Reviews section to bring you a round up of this fall's arts menu.

Fall entertainment previews: Film
August 28 2006 12:00 AM ET

Fall entertainment previews: Film

We interrupt our usual Reviews section to bring you a roundup of this fall’s arts menu.

New Orleans after Katrina: 'This is home'
August 28 2006 12:00 AM ET

New Orleans after Katrina: "This is home"

John Caldwell

A year after the hurricane devastated their community, many gays and lesbians are still struggling to rebuild. Others are deciding whether to come back at all.

Fat Gregg is dead
August 28 2006 12:00 AM ET

Fat Gregg is dead

Gregg Paz

“I’ve learned the hard way that fat and gay go together about as well as Barbara Walters and Star Jones. After years of abuse I decided I’d had enough. On May 10, I had gastric bypass surgery.”

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