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  • World HRC's L.A. gala brings out the stars and speeches

    Franken honored, Gore gives keynote speech.

    March 28 2006 1:00 AM
  • World HIV as thread not fabric

    The author describes how HIV has woven in to his plots and into his life.

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary I'd like to thank

    Commentary 960 2006-04-11 2006-03-27 I'd like to thank By Alec Mapa As we take a breather between the Oscars and the Daytime Emmys, I for one am exhausted. One of my life’s greatest iron

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary World war on gays

    Commentary 960 2006-04-11 2006-03-27 World war on gays By Andrew Sullivan Here’s a scenario to send chills up your spine: Let’s say there’s a plan to hold a gay pride

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Tori Spelling

    Tori Spelling’s had quite a morning. Before chatting with us about her VH1 series, so noTORIous, based on her real life, the former 90210-er shot a scene opposite Charo. “We got her to play the guitar and go ‘Coochie-coochie-coo,’ ” boasts the eternally game actress. Sounds like our kind of show. “Just wait,” Spelling promises. “There’s also a scene of me at an all-black church singing with the choir.” Tori Hallelujah!

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Kevin Fenton

    As the new director for the National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Kevin Fenton brings not only nearly 15 years of experience as a physician working in public health in his native Great Britain but also his experiences as a gay man of color—a member of one of the populations hardest hit by HIV/AIDS. In his new job Fenton oversees behavioral surveillance, prevention, and testing intervention for HIV and other diseases.

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Affirmation and vilification

    Commentary 960 2006-04-11 2006-03-27 Affirmation and vilification By Bruce C. Steele Hal had been an escort while a struggling actor in New York City. The money had been good, and

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Outspoken: Zachary Mack

    Commentary 960 2006-04-11 2006-03-27 Outspoken: Zachary Mack Mack is 19 and lives in Austin. I had arrived at Stephen F. Austin State University in N

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Hustle and grow

    Texas gay candidate Tom Malin was undone by the revelation of his past as an escort. Why do so many young gay men turn to hustling? And why does sex work remain the unforgivable sin?

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Gay sex and political scandals

    Commentary 960 2006-04-11 2006-03-27 Gay sex and political scandals By Don Romesburg 1964 Walter Jenkins, President Lyndon B. Johnson’s chief of staff, is arrested o

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Life in the T Zone

    With the aid of testosterone, biological women are expanding the old ideas of male and female. But being gender-queer can involve health risks.

    March 27 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Major adoption institute supports gay parents

    As debate over the issue flares in several states, a major adoption institute says in a new report that it strongly supports the rights of gays and lesbians to adopt and urges that remaining obstacles be removed.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Gay activists air complaints with eight senators

    News 2006-03-25 Gay activists air complaints with eight senators A group of more than 20 leaders of prominent gay rights groups met with eight Democratic senators at a closed-door meeting in

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Clergy, others protest proposed Minnesota marriage ban

    More than 1,000 people gathered Thursday at the state capitol to protest the proposed constitutional amendment.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Report: American police abuse gays

    News 2006-03-25 Report: American police abuse gays A new report by human rights group Amnesty International accuses United States law enforcement agencies of widespread homophobia and viol

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Breast cancer is deadlier in younger women

    Health News 2006-03-25 Breast cancer is deadlier in younger women Young women under 45 years old diagnosed with early breast cancer have a higher risk of dying from the disease than older patients,

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Ryan White cuts lead to service cutbacks in Florida

    Federal funding cuts lead to drastic program reductions in Palm Beach County, Fla.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Ohio antigay group launches campaign against AIDS organizations

    Antigay group files for access to thousands of documents about HIV prevention work.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Buffalo, N.Y., AIDS agency drops plan to move

    AIDS Community Services drops plans to move and will instead build an addition.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health HIV rates rising among gay men in Asia

    HIV rates are rising among gay and bisexual men in Thailand, India, and Cambodia.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health China launches HIV prevention group for gay men

    Health leaders say group provides gay men with essential information on safer sex.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Death squads targeting gays in Iraq

    An antigay fatwa issued by the Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani has lead to the brutal killing of Iraqi gays.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Arts & Entertainment Randy Quaid sues over Brokeback paycheck

    Actor Randy Quaid alleges in a lawsuit that he agreed to work for scale on the film because it was an "arthouse" film that would make no money. Now that the gay romance is a hit, he wants a piece of the action.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • Arts & Entertainment Woody Harrelson cast in Paul Schrader's Walker

    Character is a decades-older riff on director's "American Gigolo"

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Antigay bills draw fire from California activists

    California proposals would ban discussion of gay issues in school and allow discrimination in adoption policies.

    March 25 2006 1:00 AM

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