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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.

Being gay part of the "X" factor?

New research suggests that mothers of gay sons share a common trait when it comes to X chromosomes.

Episcopal Church may elect second openly gay bishop

Episcopal Church may elect second openly gay bishop

The openly gay dean of St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle, the Very Reverend Robert Taylor (pictured), and the lesbian rector of All Saints' Church in Chicago, the Reverend Bonnie Perry, are among five finalists for the position of bishop of the diocese of California.

Bikers combat antigay protesters at military funerals

News 2006-02-22 Bikers combat antigay protesters at military funerals Wearing vests covered in military patches, a band of motorcyclists rolls around the country from one soldier's funeral to another,

Gay professor who was forced out, then exonerated, dies at 87

News 2006-02-22 Gay professor who was forced out, then exonerated, dies at 87 Joel Dorius, one of three professors forced out of Smith College in 1960 for possession of gay pornography but la

Gay rights group asks for support from Brokeback Mountain viewers

News 2006-02-21 Gay rights group asks for support from Brokeback Mountain viewers A group that opposes a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in South Carolina is turning o

Pennsylvania treasurer woos gay voters in bid to unseat Santorum

Pennsylvania treasurer woos gay voters in bid to unseat Santorum

At a Human Rights Campaign dinner on Saturday, Pennsylvania state treasurer Bob Casey said if elected to replace Rick Santorum he would fight for gay rights

New Jersey lesbian who fought for pension benefits dies

News 2006-02-21 New Jersey lesbian who fought for pension benefits dies Laurel Hester, a cancer-stricken law enforcement officer in New Jersey who fought to ensure that her pension benefits would be

Feds end investigation of former Spokane mayor

News 2006-02-18 Feds end investigation of former Spokane mayor The U.S. Justice Department has ended a nine-month public corruption investigation of former Spokane, Wash., mayor Jim West w

Dobson defends limited protections for same-sex couples

Antigay crusader defends limited protections for same-sex couples

James Dobson, founder of the Colorado Springs, Colo.–based antigay religious group Focus on the Family (pictured), has found himself the target of other far-right leaders after voicing support for a Colorado measure that would provide limited rights to same-sex couples.

Lawmakers to Catholics: Adoption by gays is the law in Massachusetts

News 2006-02-18 Lawmakers to Catholics: Adoption by gays is the law in Massachusetts Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and a top legislative leader in Boston say a request by Massachusetts's four

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