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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (June 19, 2007)

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Better seen and not heard? High school students across the country are running into the same roadblocks, no matter where their beliefs fall: must they leave their First Amendment rights at the schoolhouse gate? Garcia, Michelle 826
Big (gay) business: for many Fortune 500 companies corporate pride is a year-round enterprise. Hernandez, Greg 1413
Bill of goods. Castic, Sam Letter to the editor 148
Coming home: at the nation's first affordable-housing complex for LGBT seniors, created with public and private support, L.A.-area elders have a place to call their own. Lisotta, Christopher 626
Corrections. Correction notice 82
Determined to be proud. Ferber, Lawrence 190
Fixing the inside. Wylie, Elayne Letter to the editor 172
Fortuitous meeting. Madden, Terry Letter to the editor 103
FYI: you're inappropriate. Kroll, Morgan 177
Gay, Arab, American: singer-songwriter Dave Hall is proud of his Arab heritage. You know, the tradition that includes inventions like algebra, sherbet--and Kathy Najimy. Hall, Dave 662
Gear guide to gay pride: stage your own parade with these accessories. Lopez, Vincent 148
GenQ poll. 89
Girl, interrupted no more: Los Angeles Times sportswriter Christine Daniels (nee Mike Penner) announced in an April column that she is transitioning to life as a woman. Her story set a readership record--but it's only just beginning. Kort, Michele Column 810
Hit squad: on the straight-friendly L.A. Rebellion gay rugby team, men of all sexual stripes come together to butt heads--but in a good way. Lisotta, Christopher 1380
In love with Rebecca. Scott, Simon P. Letter to the editor 412
Inspired to help: for as long as he can remember, Eddie Marquis wanted to make a difference. So he joined the Peace Corps and stepped back into the closet. Runnette, Charles 866
Katherine Heigl. Griffiths, John Interview 984
Legal problems. McDowell, J. Letter to the editor 296
May 22-June 19. Calendar 258
Meet the bloggers: Erin Davies. Kroll, Morgan 321
On board the peace train: the national nonprofit group Peace Games teaches students how to stop name-calling and resolve conflicts peacefully--and respect for gays and lesbians is an equal part of the curriculum. Ferber, Lawrence 790
Photographer of life: as a staff photographer for the Los Angeles Times, Ginny Dixon covered the O.J. Simpson case, the 1992 L.A. riots, and the Northridge earthquake, winning two Pulitzers in the process. Her latest daring project? Portraits that show the beauty of women with disabilities. Christensen, Jen 1548
Pride across the U.S.: where to go, whom to see, and what to know for pride this season. Ferber, Larry Calendar 1364
Putting their best foot forward: led by Starbucks, a group of nearly 20 major corporations aims to turn equality into an industrywide standard. Weinstein, Steve 594
Rants & raves. 209
SAAD all over. Rice, Christopher 690
Say it loud: black and proud: for LGBT people of color, there's a whole other party going on. Ferber, Lawrence 215
Second opinions. 170
So who needs pride? Has the celebration lost its luster? Can't we skip it this year? Wouldn't it be better to at least tone down the outrageousness? No, no, and absolutely no. Here's why. 357
Starting out in Hollywood: Hollywood can be a tough town, but it's not such a bad place to be gay. Scholibo, Corey 891
T time. Dhara, Joseph Letter to the editor 298
T.R. Knight is just a regular guy: shy, disarming, charming to a fault, sharp as a tack, and anything but a victim--emerging from the center of the storm, T.R. Knight lays down his armor. Giltz, Michael Cover story 3226
The advocate poll. 199
The LGBT Wikipedians behind the mammoth online encyclopedia. Henderson, William 289
The smartest man in the world is gay: Daniel Tammet, a 28-year-old autistic savant from the U.K., is teaching researchers worldwide about the complexity of our brain. But this gay man also has a thing or two to teach us about love. Bernstein, Fred Interview 3394
Troy Perry's pride: June 1970 saw the nation's first gay pride parades. Metropolitan Community Church founder Troy Perry recalls L.A.'s maiden march. 581
Twin Falls, Montana: Mark and Alex were identical twins who did everything together, including attempting suicide. But when Alex decided to become Clair their whole world splintered. The new documentary Red Without Blue gets it on film. Marler, Regina 501
We asked a sampling of LGBT people in Provincetown, Mass: "who would be your personal pride marshal?". McArthur, Gretchen 103
We love New York. 143
Where's our Sharpton? When gays are insulted in the media, we don't have that one eloquent defender who can mow down our opponents on the national airwaves. Why don't we have a spokesperson of our own? Eleveld, Kerry 1521
World wide pride: tired of the neighborhood block party? Hop a plane to these foreign locales to experience some global gay action. Calendar 615
You say you want a revolution? Music critic Ernest Hardy looks at the world of gay hip-hop and spies a golden moment for mainstream domination. Hardy, Ernest Concert review 1712

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