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  • World New military publication signals shifting attitude toward gays

    A new series on American military life includes for the first time a chapter on the service of openly gay troops.

    January 18 2006 1:00 AM
  • World School says girl's expulsion was over more than same-sex kiss

    Christian academy defends its position after punishing student for same-sex relationship.

    January 18 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary The trouble with marriage

    Commentary 955 2006-01-31 2006-01-17 The trouble with marriage By Laura Weinstock In 2004, when I lived in Massachusetts, I legally married my partner of 14 years. Now that we

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary The Kingmakers

    Ten states still don’t have any out lawmakers—at any level of government. The Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund hopes to change that in 2006

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary No excuses for West

    I have no sympathy for ousted Spokane mayor Jim West or other hypocritical closet cases. They didn’t miss out on these years of greater gay visibility. They opted out

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary The Right tries to steer Ford

    The antigay American Family Association nearly changed the course of Ford Motor Co.’s commitment to equality. The feud with the country’s number 2 automaker is not finished

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Murder and hypocrisy

    Democracy will not flourish in the Middle East until Islamic governments stop murdering their gay citizens—and we need to halt antigay violence at home before we can condemn it abroad

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Outspoken: Ryan James Kim

    Commentary 955 2006-01-31 2006-01-17 Outspoken: Ryan James Kim Kim is 20 and lives in New Jersey. I had vowed to give up on all things political afte

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary The Vatican drag

    Commentary 955 2006-01-31 2006-01-17 The Vatican drag By Alec Mapa “Did you go to church?” My father asks this every Sunday at the beginning of our weekly phone call. I alwa

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Tattooing for her

    Commentary 955 2006-01-31 2006-01-17 Tattooing for her By Kate Nielsen There are certain things that should be left to the foolhardy, such as spending more than one makes, mixing sake and vodka

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • World With Condoms, and Without

    Michael Shernoff takes on the hornet’s nest of psychological factors that propel a large number of gay men to take serious risks in the bedroom. Shernoff also takes aim at AIDS activists who believe that barebacking is an epidemic confined to a limited number of a pathologically self-destructive gay men.

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Pretty witty—and gay

    In between seasons of Frasier and Out of Practice, Joe Keenan found time to write My Lucky Star, his third hilarious novel

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Book of Daniel

    Commentary 955 2006-01-31 2006-01-17 Book of Daniel Interview by Neal Broverman After executive producing the television shows of caustic comedians like Wanda Sykes and Christopher Titus, openl

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Soul of The L Word

    We may argue about The L Word, but on this we all agree: Jennifer Beals takes our breath away. The star opens up about shooting sex scenes, being a new mom, and giving lesbians what they want

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Sundance festival

    Commentary 955 2006-01-31 2006-01-17 Sundance festival By Lawrence Ferber What brouhaha could bring Tony Kushner, Rosie O’Donnell, Robin Williams, Gretchen Mol, and Kevin Smith tog

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Pro-Bush, pro-equality

    Wisconsin resident and former Massachusetts lawmaker Bob Hall is a conservative Republican who wants everyone to know that the only people who threaten traditional marriage are straight couples.

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Frey's gay pal—or not

    Author James Frey has admitted to embellishing certain sections of A Million Little Pieces, his best-selling memoir of recovery. His second book, My Friend Leonard, is worth a look for its gay-themed plot. Just take it with a grain of salt

    January 17 2006 1:00 AM
  • World What did we learn from Samuel Alito?

    News 2006-01-14 What did we learn from Samuel Alito? On his final day before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito covered some new ground as senators conducte

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Republicans pouring money into Florida marriage ban

    The Florida GOP has pumped $150,000 into a movement to get a same-sex marriage ban on the November ballot.

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM
  • World Nepal police step up attacks on transgender people

    Police in Kathmandu are on a campaign to "cleanse" the streets of transgender people.

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Whitman-Walker will focus on primary health care

    D.C. clinic will emphasize both primary health care and HIV services.

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Manufacturer of rapid HIV test says it performs well

    Health News 2006-01-14 Manufacturer of rapid HIV test says it performs well Officials with OraSure Technologies, speaking at an investors conference this week, say the company’s OraQuick oral ra

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health South African gay men barred from giving blood

    Despite recent pro-gay legislative advances, South Africa has jumped on the international bandwagon and decided to bar gay men from donating blood because of a perceived higher risk of HIV infection.

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Nearly half of world’s companies expect AIDS impact

    Health News 2006-01-14 Nearly half of world’s companies expect AIDS impact The growing scale of the global AIDS epidemic is matched by increasing concern of companies around the world, with 46%

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM
  • Health Circumcision to prevent HIV gains popularity in Swaziland

    Health News 2006-01-14 Circumcision to prevent HIV gains popularity in Swaziland Following reports from a South African study showing that circumcision can reduce the chances of acquiring HIV through u

    January 14 2006 1:00 AM

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