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  • Health Chicago AIDS walk draws 5,000 participants

    Health News 2005-09-27 Chicago AIDS walk draws 5,000 participants More than 5,000 people participated in the annual AIDS Run and Walk Chicago on September 17, which raised more than $

    September 27 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health AIDS cripples farming in Africa

    Health News 2005-09-27 AIDS cripples farming in Africa Researchers told attendees of the recent British Association of Science meeting in Dublin that the amount of cultivated land in some

    September 27 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Ruin and Rumination

    Commentary 948 2005-10-11 2005-09-26 Ruin and Rumination By Bruce C. Steele I left Louisiana 20 years ago and have not been back since. I’ve always promised my partner

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Totally Jim

    Commentary 948 2005-10-11 2005-09-26 Totally Jim By James Howe Author of more than 70 books for young readers, Howe lives with his partner, Mark Davis.

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Angela Patton

    Commentary 948 2005-10-11 2005-09-26 Angela Patton Patton is 20 and lives in Marietta, Ohio. I am what is called a “closet case.” I was raised in a

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Wynonna Judd

    Commentary 948 2005-10-11 2005-09-26 Wynonna Judd By Michele Kort “It’s to keep me cool, babe,” says country superstar Wynonna when asked why two fans—n

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Death and rebirth

    Commentary 948 2005-10-11 2005-09-26 Death and rebirth By Christopher Rice Rice is an Advocate columnist and author of three novels, including Light Before Day . He liv

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary The Playbill hustle

    Commentary 948 2005-10-11 2005-09-26 The Playbill hustle By Bruce Vilanch I know we’re not supposed to make fun of other people’s cultures, but it really is har

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary We're coming out!

    Coming out is, for most gays and lesbians, both a struggle and a tremendous relief. Finding the courage to reveal who we really are in the face of an unfriendly world often takes many years and usually begins with self-acceptance. These 25 people have taken a variety of paths, but they all reached a similar end: happiness

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Poz4Poz saves lives

    Commentary 948 2005-10-11 2005-09-26 Poz4Poz saves lives By Andrew Sullivan Eventually even The New York Times had to report it. HIV infection rates among gay men seem

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Welcoming workplaces

    In 2005 a record number of Fortune 500 companies are offering protections to gay and lesbian workers and their spouses. Here are 10 shining examples of the best employers

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Rebuilding our city

    The gay and lesbian survivors of Hurricane Katrina are vowing to return to New Orleans and make it more fabulous than ever

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Tab talks

    The meeting of newly out ’50s matinee idol Tab Hunter and radical literary lion Felice Picano produces some sparks and many remarkable exchanges—and the revelation that both slept with Anthony Perkins

    September 26 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Christian school in California expels girl because parents are lesbian

    A 14-year-old student was expelled from a Southern California Christian school because her parents are lesbian, the school's superintendent said in a letter.

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Vatican may bar gays from seminaries

    News 2005-09-24 Vatican may bar gays from seminaries Word that a soon-to-be-released Vatican document signaling that gay men are unwelcome in Roman Catholic seminaries even if th

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Malaysia's Anwar demands apology from ex-prime minister for calling him a homosexual

    News 2005-09-24 Malaysia's Anwar demands apology from ex-prime minister for calling him a homosexual Malaysian dissident politician Anwar Ibrahim on Friday demanded an apology and dam

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • Arts & Entertainment Melissa Etheridge to release breast cancer benefit single

    Entertainment News 2005-09-24 Melissa Etheridge to release breast cancer benefit single Melissa Etheridge will team with Ford Motor Co. to release a benefit single for breast cancer research. "I Run fo

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Promising HIV vaccine trial data prompt Merck to double enrollment

    Health News 2005-09-24 Promising HIV vaccine trial data prompt Merck to double enrollment Pharmaceutical company Merck announced this week that it plans to double the enrollment in its clinical trial o

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Black AIDS Institute releases national report on AIDS among African-American youth

    Health News 2005-09-24 Black AIDS Institute releases national report on AIDS among African-American youth The Black AIDS Institute this week released the second in a series of reports chro

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Arkansas abstinence program comes under fire

    Health News 2005-09-24 Arkansas abstinence program comes under fire The Arkansas chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it wants a review of abstinence programs that intend to prevent

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health AMA president makes first-ever appearance at GLMA conference

    Health News 2005-09-24 AMA president makes first-ever appearance at GLMA conference The president of the American Medical Association made a first-ever appearance Thursday at this year’s annual

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Serono discussing settling investigation over Serostim

    Health News 2005-09-24 Serono discussing settling investigation over Serostim Biotechnology company Serono is currently ironing out with federal and state officials the terms of an agreement that would

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Vanderbilt professor will receive AAHIVM Emerging Leader Award

    Health News 2005-09-24 Vanderbilt professor will receive AAHIVM Emerging Leader Award Steven Raffanti, MD, an associate professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and chief medical o

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Robinson sees power grab, not reconciliation, in Anglican Church

    V. Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church, is predicting that the Anglican Communion will eventually splinter, two years after U.S. church leaders triggered global outrage by approving his election.

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM
  • World "Don't ask" on hold for soldiers in Iraq

    The U.S. military has officially acknowledged that it is no longer discharging soldiers who say they're gay if those soldiers are heading to combat in Iraq—but it may boot them when they get home.

    September 24 2005 12:00 AM

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