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  • Commentary Meeting Judy

    Commentary 952 2005-12-06 2005-11-21 Meeting Judy By Alec Mapa “Hello, Alec. I just thought I’d introduce myself. My name is Judy Shepard.” She walked right up to me

    November 21 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary You asked. I'm tellin'

    Commentary 952 2005-12-06 2005-11-21 You asked. I'm tellin' By Paris Barclay Every once in a while those boneheads in the White House run into so much trouble that they have no oth

    November 21 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Conservatives on the edge

    Hurricanes. Criminal indictments. 2,000 dead soldiers. A supreme fight over the top court. Are D.C.’s antigay leaders too busy at the moment to fight creeping equality?

    November 21 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary George Takei comes out

    Once Sulu on the original Star Trek TV series and in subsequent films, the 68-year-old actor unveiled his gay private life while promoting the current Los Angeles stage production of Equus, in which he plays the lead

    November 21 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Clooney vs. the Far Right

    What’s gay about George Clooney’s Good Night, and Good Luck? In a gay-press exclusive, the superstar director fills us in—and tells us why he’s hopeful for America’s future on gay rights and civil liberties

    November 21 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Cowboy Wrangler

    A dozen years after his queer hit The Wedding Banquet, director Ang Lee finds comfort in taking on another pioneering gay love story, the long-awaited Brokeback Mountain

    November 21 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Brokeback Mountain

    Breathe a sigh of relief that this exquisite gay love story has finally made it to the big screen.

    November 21 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Judge releases mayor's computer files—with conditions

    A judge has granted a request to make public the gay-themed contents of Spokane, Wash., mayor James West's city-owned laptop computer but prevented the release of 3,300 photos of members of a gay-oriented Web site.

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Defendant in infamous hate-crime case asks for reduced sentence

    A man convicted of the deadly beating that prompted Connecticut's hate-crimes law sobbed Thursday as he asked for forgiveness from the victim's family.

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Fewer gay translators discharged in 2004

    The number of Arabic translators dismissed from the U.S. military due to their sexual orientation dropped dramatically in 2004, according to Pentagon data released Thursday.

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Arkansas agency appeals ruling on gay foster parents

    News 2005-11-19 Arkansas agency appeals ruling on gay foster parents The Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services is appealing a judge's ruling that the state improperly barred gay men and

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Health Wasting is common among HIV-positive drug users

    Although antiretroviral therapy has slashed the incidence of wasting among HIV-positive adults, illicit-drug users still remain at a high risk for the condition, reports Obesity, Fitness & Wellness Week. A study of 119 HIV-positive drug users in the Miami area showed that 17.6% of the study subjects were experiencing wasting, as defined by a 10% weight loss over six months or weighing less than 90% of ideal body weight.

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Health South Africa begins Phase II trial of HIV vaccine

    Health News 2005-11-19 South Africa begins Phase II trial of HIV vaccine A Phase II clinical trial of an experimental HIV vaccine that targets the strain of the virus most prevalent in sub-Sahara

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Health China denies reports of prisons for HIV-positive inmates

    Health News 2005-11-19 China denies reports of prisons for HIV-positive inmates Chinese officials on Thursday denied reports that Guangdong province, home to Guangzhou and Shenzhen, plans to build spec

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Health Nigeria may lose Global Fund money

    Health News 2005-11-19 Nigeria may lose Global Fund money A panel of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria is recommending that $80 million in fund grants to Nigeria be

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Health New AIDS journal will launch in January

    Health News 2005-11-19 New AIDS journal will launch in January Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS, a new peer-reviewed journal focusing on leading research developments involving HIV, will

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • HIV wasting and nutrition meeting set for November 22 in Pasadena, Calif.

    Events 2005-11-19 HIV wasting and nutrition meeting set for November 22 in Pasadena, Calif. The AIDS Service Center of Pasadena, Calif., will hold a free luncheon meeting, "HIV Disease and Your Body: E

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Arts & Entertainment Logo to develop queer-themed prime-time soap

    MTV Networks' Logo channel announced Friday that it will partner with Maverick TV to develop an queer-themed prime-time soap opera from Spyder Games creators Christian McLaughlin and Valerie Ahern.

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Miss Trannyshack 2005 pageant, November 19 in S.F.

    Events 2005-11-19 Miss Trannyshack 2005 pageant, November 19 in S.F. The 10th annual Miss Trannyshack pageant takes place Saturday, November 19, at San Francisco's Regency Center, 1300 Van Ness at

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Art by Felix Gonzalez-Torres on display in Indianapolis through January 29

    Events 2005-11-19 Art by Felix Gonzalez-Torres on display in Indianapolis through January 29 The Indianapolis Museum of Art is installing a monumental artwork— Untitled (For Jef

    November 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Be strong, be proud

    This is the speech not given. The author was scheduled to deliver these remarks in October at the Millions More March in Washington, D.C. But at the last minute he was barred from the stage.

    November 18 2005 1:00 AM
  • World New Orleans evacuees split from Minnesota lesbian couple

    News 2005-11-18 New Orleans evacuees split from Minnesota lesbian couple Barely a month after a Montevideo, Minn., family opened their home to a family of Hurricane Katrina evacuees from Louisiana

    November 18 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Lesbians in sports—still an issue

    News 2005-11-18 Lesbians in sports—still an issue It really shouldn't matter by now, but apparently it still does. For two very different reasons, it matters greatly to Sheryl

    November 18 2005 1:00 AM
  • World West tries to keep his gay porn pics private

    As a judge prepares to decide whether the contents of Spokane, Wash., mayor James E. West's city-owned computer are part of the public record, the mayor is arguing that numerous gay-oriented photos on the laptop were placed there automatically.

    November 18 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Vocal critic of same-sex marriage will not seek reelection

    News 2005-11-18 Vocal critic of same-sex marriage will not seek reelection The most vocal critic of same-sex marriage in the Massachusetts legislature will not seek reelection next year, according to

    November 18 2005 1:00 AM

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