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Crash course with Kathleen Bird York

Crash course with Kathleen Bird York

The Oscar-nominated singer-songwriter talks about her road to Crash, reflects on the emotional roots of her music, and pays tribute to her gay filmmaker brother

Gay Protestant coalition merges with Task Force

News 2006-03-15 Gay Protestant coalition merges with Task Force A coalition of Protestant gay advocacy groups is being merged with the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. The Institute for

Head of National Stonewall Democrats resigns

Eric Stern to "take a break from politics."

Oregon student dismissed over student film 'Brokeback High'

Oregon student dismissed over student film Brokeback High

Straight student Brandon Flyte says he was expelled Monday from West Linn High School in Oregon for showing a film he made for a class assignment. Titled Brokeback High, the film is a "gay love story" based on themes from Brokeback Mountain but set in a modern-day high school.

Supreme Court ruling renews attention on "don't ask, don't tell"

News 2006-03-14 Supreme Court ruling renews attention on "don't ask, don't tell" In the aftermath of last week's Supreme Court ruling that universities must allow military recruiters on campus in spite

Influential law journal endorses same-sex marriage in N.J.

New Jersey Law Journal now supports same-sex marriage over domestic partnerships.

Antigay groups launch boycott of Ford

Antigay groups launch boycott of Ford

Nineteen conservative groups on Monday said they would boycott Ford Motor Co., contending that the automaker reneged on an agreement to stop supporting gay rights organizations.

L.A. art sale benefits GLASS, March 15–June 15

Events 2006-03-14 L.A. art sale benefits GLASS, March 15–June 15 Wednesday, March 15, through Thursday, June 15, works by five artists will be sold to benefit Gay and Lesbian Adolescent Social

Professor says sperm recipients should be warned of "gay gene"

A New Zealand professor has suggested that recipients of sperm donated by gays should be warned of the "gay gene."

Making the necessary trouble on campus

Making the "necessary trouble" on campus

In the first of The Advocate’s series of dispatches from the Equality Ride to antigay colleges, the young co-organizer connects his activism to the civil rights leaders who inspired him—and describes what happened when the riders showed up on Jerry Falwell’s doorstep

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