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Hydrogen happy
January 17 2007 1:00 AM ET

Hydrogen happy

Dan Weil

GM enters the alternative-fuel game with more than one way to attract eco-friendly drivers. But it's the HydroGen3 that may one day give the Prius a run for its money.

A tale of two Marys
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

A tale of two Marys

Advocate.com Editors

Commentary 979 2007-01-30 2007-01-16 A tale of two Marys By the Reverend Irene Monroe The fact that Dick Cheney’s grandchild will have two mommies comes at a difficult

Getting Stoned
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

Getting Stoned

Advocate.com Editors

In I’m From Rolling Stone, the MTV reality series that premiered January 7, six young journalists compete for a one-year contract as a contributing editor at the iconic magazine. We’re rooting for Tika Milan, a charismatic 26-year-old “big butch lesbian” who plays by nobody’s rules but her own.

The depression connection
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

The depression connection

Todd Henneman

If you’re gay, you’re more prone to depression than those in the general population, experts say. And if you “party” by taking certain illegal drugs, your risk may jump.

Taking affirmative action
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

Taking affirmative action

David Luc Nguyen

Do gays deserve the same boost into college as racial minorities?

Sundance preview
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

Sundance preview

Kyle Buchanan

The festival known for groundbreaking gay cinema has few queer titles this year, but gay filmmakers are out in force. Here’s what to look out for.

Spanish lessons
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

Spanish lessons

Chris Rovzar

How did Spain, a country with a long Catholic tradition, manage to implement marriage equality? A year after same-sex weddings became legal, an on-the-ground analysis of how it happened—and what Americans can learn.

Highlighting the Supreme Court's role in our life
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

Highlighting the Supreme Court's role in our life

William Henderson

Commentary 979 2007-01-30 2007-01-16 Highlighting the Supreme Court's role in our life By William Henderson Mikhaela Reid, a New York City cartoonist and illustrator, readily admits

Larger than life
January 16 2007 1:00 AM ET

Larger than life

Michele Kort

Bisexual bombshell Kristanna Loken gives us the goods on Michelle Rodriguez, Pink, and her new TV role: topping Shane in season 4 of The L Word.

Carrying on King's legacy
January 12 2007 1:00 AM ET

Carrying on King's legacy

Advocate.com Editors

The Reverend Irene Monroe looks into the past, present, and future of the gay civil rights struggle and suggests a leader for the new era.

Its not easy being a gay pop star
December 21 2006 1:00 AM ET

It's not easy being a gay pop star

Ari Gold

The music industry may be growing more tolerant of "different" artists, but they're still not ready for Ari Gold—a performer both proudly Jewish and openly gay.

Of course Bettys nephew is gay
December 18 2006 1:00 AM ET

Of course Betty's nephew is gay

Lydia Marcus

It's obvious—whether ABC likes it or not—that little Justin is gay.

Finding love as a transman
December 18 2006 1:00 AM ET

Finding love as a transman

Loren Cameron

Loren Cameron dishes about figuring out what he likes, who he likes, and how he likes it in his years as a transman.

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