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Read the latest updates about LGBT issues around the world. The Advocate is an international source for developments pertaining to gay world news, politics, Prides, politicians, and rights that affect the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. Learn about antigay laws, human rights violations, landmark victories, and failures of governments to protect the rights of its citizens. From Asia, to North America, to South America, to Europe, to Africa, The Advocate provides transcontinental coverage of the issues that matter to our readers.

Skittish networks ban gay-friendly UCC commercial

Ad featuring male couple ejected from church to air on cable.

Georgia lawmakers kill effort to revive hate-crimes law

News 2006-03-28 Georgia lawmakers kill effort to revive hate-crimes law The Georgia state house denied a senate effort on Monday to revive Georgia's defunct hate-crimes law. The measure, s

Relatives object to use of slain man's name for antigay agenda

News 2006-03-28 Relatives object to use of slain man's name for antigay agenda Relatives of a slain funeral home director are objecting to the use of his name for a group trying to fight homosexuality

Classic queer movie posters on display in NYC through April 30

Events 2006-03-28 Classic queer movie posters on display in NYC through April 30 New York's Posteritati Movie Posters gallery will present "Queer as Film: Classic Gay and Lesbian Movie Posters" from Tu

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

Franken honored, Gore gives keynote speech.

Oklahoma school board scraps antidiscrimination policy in wake of Equality Ride

Oklahoma school board scraps gay protections in wake of Equality Ride

Days after the Equality Ride bus toured the state of Oklahoma, with stops at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa and Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, the Oklahoma board of education struck the sexual orientation portion from its antidiscrimination policy.

Another gay bashing in London's Clapham Common

News 2006-03-28 Another gay bashing in London's Clapham Common London metropolitan police are appealing for information and vigilance following a violent homophobic assault on a 40-y

Gay Christian activist freed from captivity in Iraq

Gay Christian activist freed from captivity in Iraq

Gay Christian activist James Loney thanked God, supporters, and British troops in Toronto on Sunday for freeing him after four months of "terrifying" captivity in Iraq. His family had kept his sexual orientation a secret for fear of retribution from his captors.

Life in the T zone

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.

HIV as thread not fabric

HIV as thread not fabric

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

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