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  • Health AIDS groups step in to help as many as 8,000 HIV-positive people displaced by Hurricane Katrina

    HIV-positive people displaced by Hurricane Katrina now face the massive challenge of trying to manage their disease without their doctors, their clinics. and their support systems.

    September 13 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Two convicted for murder of transgender teen

    Michael Magidson and Jose Merel were found guilty Monday of second-degree murder in the killing of transgender teen Gwen Araujo (pictured) and face mandatory prison sentences of 15 years to life. The jury deadlocked in the case of a third man, Jason Cazares, the second time that has happened.

    September 13 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Kicking Crystal

    Crystal meth has destroyed the lives of countless gay men. Yet the courageous survivors are fighting to stay clean and start new lives.

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Outspoken: Jessie Liberatore

    Commentary 947 2005-09-27 2005-09-12 Outspoken: Jessie Liberatore Liberatore is 16 and lives in North East, Md. Life is hard. Adults tell us we can a

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Master of bashing

    Commentary 947 2005-09-27 2005-09-12 Master of bashing By Charles Kaiser The least surprising news out of Washington this year is that Karl Rove was one of the White House officials who t

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary A traditional Navajo

    Commentary 947 2005-09-27 2005-09-12 A traditional Navajo By Sherrick Roanhorse Last year, while interning in the U.S. Senate, I heard testimony on a proposed federal constitutiona

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Dan Savage

    Seattle writer Dan Savage has penned the best book to date on why gays should be able to marry. The Commitment: Love, Sex, Marriage, and My Family (Dutton, $23.95) is, on the surface, the story of Savage and his partner, Terry, deciding whether to tie the knot. But the book also shreds the far right’s bigoted arguments against marriage equality. More important, it’s a funny, touching story of navigating family dynamics, with Dan, Terry, and young son D.J. each weighing in on the matter. In a perfect world, their story alone would open and change closed minds.

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Real World recovery

    In a confessional new book, gay Real World alum Chris Beckman puts the spotlight on a new generation fighting addiction

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Broadcast steps up

    Perhaps feeling the heat from the three gay cable networks, the Big Six offer plenty of gay and lesbian characters (real and fictional)

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Protectors of youth

    GLSEN, the leading national group focused on protecting LGBT youths in schools, just turned 10. As its influence grows, so do its growing pains

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Stiff upper lip

    Commentary 947 2005-09-27 2005-09-12 Stiff upper lip By Alec Mapa I love London. My travel-agent parents took me there for my 13th birthday, and I immediately fell in love with the history,

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary There and back again

    Commentary 947 2005-09-27 2005-09-12 There and back again By Bruce C. Steele “It was a euphoria,” says Emory Etheridge of his first experience with crystal meth

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • Commentary Making vows for equality

    Straight couples like Tracy and Vivek are dedicating their weddings to the fight for equal marriage rights

    September 12 2005 12:00 AM
  • World San Francisco group wants to convert battleship into museum honoring gays

    After San Francisco city officials rejected a plan to bring the USS Iowa to the city earlier this year, supporters of the idea have come up with a new plan that they hope will convince local leaders to welcome the historic battleship: turning part of the vessel into a museum honoring the military contributions of gays, lesbians, ethnic minorities, and women.

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Weld says same-sex marriage "offends New Yorkers"

    News 2005-09-10 Weld says same-sex marriage "offends New Yorkers" Former Massachusetts governor William Weld said Thursday that he doesn't want to be addressed as "Governor Weld" any

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Stress may prevent breast cancer, study finds

    Health News 2005-09-10 Stress may prevent breast cancer, study finds Women with high levels of stress in their everyday lives are at less risk than others of developing breast cancer for the first time

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health AIDS quilt group, founder settle lawsuit

    Health News 2005-09-10 AIDS quilt group, founder settle lawsuit The foundation that cares for the AIDS Memorial Quilt announced Wednesday that the group has settled a lawsuit with the man who

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health GMHC and NYAC launch “Medicare Road Show”

    Health News 2005-09-10 GMHC and NYAC launch “Medicare Road Show” Gay Men’s Health Crisis and the New York AIDS Coalition this week announced the details of their statewide “

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Program welcoming gays to San Francisco focuses on HIV prevention

    Health News 2005-09-10 Program welcoming gays to San Francisco focuses on HIV prevention The San Francisco Newcomers’ Assistance Program (SNAP), run by the city’s Lesbian, Gay, Bise

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Trial begins for Ohio man accused of stealing AIDS funds

    Health News 2005-09-10 Trial begins for Ohio man accused of stealing AIDS funds The trial of a former Canton, Ohio, health department employee accused of stealing $50,000 in HIV/AIDS funds began this w

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • Health Gay studies class offered at Chinese university

    Health News 2005-09-10 Gay studies class offered at Chinese university Fudan University in Shanghai, China, is offering its first-ever gay and lesbian studies class to undergraduate students that exper

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • Arts & Entertainment Mark Bingham Remembered in September 11 TV Movie 

    It's been the heterosexual passengers who got the airtime and the attention.

    September 10 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Pink dollars for Katrina relief

    The cleanup after Hurricane Katrina will last for months, so it’s not too late for you to make an impact—or to give more. Here’s The Advocate’s roundup of relief efforts by and for LGBT evacuees and people with HIV/AIDS

    September 09 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Rewriting history

    This month our career advice columnist helps a store manager move onto another career and helps a gay couple navigate the world of gay expo events

    September 09 2005 12:00 AM
  • World Organizers of West recall nearing signature goal

    Organizers of a campaign to recall Spokane, Wash., mayor Jim West think they have enough signatures to get the recall measure on the ballot.

    September 09 2005 12:00 AM

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