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  • Commentary Jimmy Carter

    Now, here’s a real discussion about values. In his new book, Our Endangered Values: America’s Moral Crisis, former president Jimmy Carter argues that those on the far right have hijacked the country: They have tried to squash privacy rights and the separation of church and state. They are also using LGBT rights and other controversial issues to accomplish their goals. And his tome is a best seller.

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary The closer we get

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 The closer we get By Bruce C. Steele In this “best of the year” issue there’s one story that, for me, perfectly encapsulates wher

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary In memoriam

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 In memoriam Jan. 25: Philip Johnson, 98, a highly regarded, openly gay architect who set design trends for much of the 20th century, dies at his

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Future Gay Hero: Ryan Olson

    “The hardest thing about being in a [conservative Catholic university] isn’t the folks who are obviously bigoted and mean-spirited—it’s the false security. It’s only through my ability to love and forgive that I have been able to come out of this den of wolves alive.”

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Outspoken: Gabriel Leitner

    If this could help one young gay person, that is all the payment I would need. —Gabriel Leitner

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary The blame game

    9/11. The tsunami. Katrina. All the gays’ fault, according to certain far-right wing nuts. Are they crazy?

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Annie Lennox

    Since bursting onto the charts with 1983’s number 1 synth-pop smash “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics have been confounding showbiz conventions, whether via Annie’s gender-bending look or the band’s ever-evolving sound. For their 25th anniversary the duo just released Eurythmics Ultimate Collection plus deluxe reissues of eight studio albums. With over 75 million records sold, they’re still making music, such as their triumphant new single, “I Got a Life,” and Annie’s 2003 Oscar-winning solo, “Into The West” (from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King). Eurythmics keep seeing their sweet dreams come true.

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Everygay people

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 Everygay people By Bruce Vilanch This may have been the year that Mike Nichols was talking about when he said, “Homosexuality used to be the love tha

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Queer year at the B.O.

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 Queer year at the B.O. By Lawrence Ferber There’s been a lot of press lamenting how movie box office figures were down in 2005. Ga

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary 2005 top 10: performance

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 2005 top 10: performance Doubt This drama about a nun and a corrupt priest was a hit in New York

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary 2005 top 10: films

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 2005 top 10: films Brokeback Mountain The rare film that exceeded its, well, mountain of hype with its

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary 2005 top 10: music

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 2005 top 10: music Top 10 pop The Woods Sleater-

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary 2005 top 10: television

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 2005 top 10: television Six Feet Under The final season of creator Alan Ball’s brilliant HBOse

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary 2005 top 10: books

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 2005 top 10: books The Commitment Should Dan Savage and his partner marry? What will their son

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Singing her own tune

    Lesley Gore is on her second run of celebrity—from the “It’s My Party” songbird of the ’60s to the out singer-songwriter of 2005’s quietly haunting indie CD Ever Since

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary There won't be trumpets

    Should we herald Tab Hunter and other celebs who come out late in life? Not so much, argues novelist and journalist John Morgan Wilson. Where have they been all these years?

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Heath on top

    Heath Ledger’s career has caught fire with Brokeback Mountain. In a gay-media exclusive, he talks about making his acting debut with a gay role on TV and about going the distance with Jake Gyllenhaal

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Gag reflex

    Gays have been on multiplex screens plenty lately—but usually just so they can creep out the straight guys

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Fighting for fairness

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 Fighting for fairness By Tony Marco After she was outed by several peers at Holmdel High School in Holmdel, N.J., as a freshman in 2001, Nancy

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • Commentary Father, forgive him

    Commentary 954 2006-01-17 2005-12-19 Father, forgive him By Andrew Sullivan For most of the past 30 years, as the gay rights movement has progressed and as C

    December 19 2005 1:00 AM
  • World First civil-union couple parting ways

    News 2005-12-17 First civil-union couple parting ways A lesbian couple who entered into the nation's first same-sex civil union are splitting up amid allegations of violent behavior.

    December 17 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Czech parliament grants rights to same-sex partners

    News 2005-12-17 Czech parliament grants rights to same-sex partners The lower chamber of the Czech parliament voted in support of a draft law granting some legal rights to same-sex partners. Eight

    December 17 2005 1:00 AM
  • World Austria lawmaker proposes legalized partnerships for gay couples

    News 2005-12-17 Austria lawmaker proposes legalized partnerships for gay couples Austria's justice minister on Friday proposed the establishment of "national partnerships" for gay and lesbian couples,

    December 17 2005 1:00 AM
  • World U.S. military appears to be spying on "don't ask, don't tell" protests

    News 2005-12-17 U.S. military appears to be spying on "don't ask, don't tell" protests A secret Pentagon document shows that the U.S. military has been spying on what they call "suspicious

    December 17 2005 1:00 AM
  • World L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center stops using oral HIV test

    December 17 2005 1:00 AM

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