Virginia trial lawyer Jill Jacobson was once a rodeo gal, riding broncos and roping calves. Her stint inside the ring prepared her well for the high-stakes world of corporate defense.
In wake of Don Imus’ racial slurs against Rutgers women's basketball team, Advocate columnist Jim David reveals the dark secret of morning radio hosts: they’re all style over substance white males afraid of minorities at their dinner table.
"Time and again Equality Riders have been told we are affirmed as human beings created in God's image but would not make suitable roommates, teammates, and coworkers. What kind of love can have such distinctions inscribed upon it?"
Celebrate The Advocate's annual music issue with songs from its featured artists, including the Cliks, Darren Hayes, Lesbians on Ecstacy, and Cyndi Lauper. Click here to listen to a sample, buy a single song, or download the entire Advocate iMix.