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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (February 4, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
Across the Nation. (The Advocate Report). Brief Article 146
Addicted to dot-com sex: with sex options on the Net almost as plentiful as bauds per second, many gay men are finding that online life has had a chilling effect on their mental and physical health. (Love & Sex On The Internet). Quittner, Jeremy 1583
Better dating through circuitry: Gay singles looking for relationships rather than just sex are finding success via the Internet. (Love & Sex On The Internet). Vary, Adam 1006
Courage under fire. (reader forum). Taggart, Eve 95
Cracker Barrel buckles: the family restaurant's change of heart provides a prime example for activists committed to reforming other antigay corporations. (Business). Quittner, Jeremy 1446
Do you believe in fairies? (last word). Wilchins, Riki Column 696
Equal rights, at long last. (New York). DuLong, Jesicca Brief Article 140
Fare thee well. (frames of mind). Rich, B. Ruby 708
Five great dating sites: if you're looking for a relationship or for a friend, these non-sexually explicit Web sites are a great place to start. (Love & Sex On The Internet). Brief Article 324
Fresh stage directions: a new year brings a wealth of new theater choices of special interest to lesbian and gay audiences coast-to-coast. (theater preview). Raymond, Gerard Calendar 1456
From zero to hero? New majority leader Bill Frist has cast zero pro-gay votes, but his gestures toward inclusion give some activists hope. (Senate). Wildman, Sarah 328
Gay alderman blows Windy City. (People). Brief Article 98
Gay back when: the spellbinding new English novel As Meat Loves Salt is a sprawling tale of a 17th-century soldier who discovers his love for men. Bahr, David Book Review 585
Gay OK, Thais say. (Thailand). Brief Article 92
Getting hitched in Buenos Aires: members of Argentina's foremost gay rights group discuss how they made Buenos Aires the first South American city to recognize civil unions. (Behind the Headlines). Bunn, Austin Interview 662
Herb Ritts: a life in focus: the celebrities he photographed so flawlessly remember the warmth of the friend they knew. (culture). Kaye, Lori Obituary 855
Higher artist: Jon Planas makes art with, a pop sensibility, but he's got deeper things on his mind. (art). Britton, A.G. 383
His big fat Canadian hit: Montreal writer Steve Galluccio's gay family comedy Mambo Italiano is a runaway success onstage--and the movie version is due out soon. (theater). Hays, Matthew Interview 529
Honoring a legend. (History). Whittington, Lewis Brief Article 144
In Matt's memory: a new book from the Matthew Shepard Foundation aims to show youth the real faces of gay men and lesbians. (Books). Book Review 190
Justin, hot and cool. (reader forum). 607
Masters of disaster: creative and life partners Louis Pepe and Keith Fulton talk about Lost in La Mancha, their fab documentary about a film gone horribly wrong. (film). Kort, Michele 667
My Kentucky home. (reader forum). McClelland, Kevin 166
Once more, with music: what do Lost in La Mancha, Licensed to Kill, and Scout's Honor have in common? Powerful scores by out composer Miriam Cutler. (arts & entertainment). Lehoczky, Etelka 405
rants & raves. Brief Article 230
Reader comments from (reader forum). Brief Article 170
Send in the clones. (Science). Brief Article 145
She's got the beat: for Jennifer Yakes of the band Leah Stargazing, it's her drumming and not her sexuality that's a big deal. (music). Flick, Larry Interview 480
Smallpox vaccine and HIV: a deadly combination. (Science). Adams, Bob 333
Star sheriffs. (reader forum). Young, Jason 142
The challenge of loss. (my perspective). Rice, Christopher Obituary 763
The gay dance legacy: July 24, 1980. (From the Advocate Archives). Romesburg, Don Brief Article 175
The Wilde West. (the Buzz). Brief Article 282
Therapist conversion. (reader forum). 330
This week on (On the Web). Brief Article 143
Three women: the hours shines on-screen, borne on the shoulders of Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, and Meryl Streep. Duralde, Alonso Movie Review 690
To Hellman and back: screen legend Shirley MacLaine talks to gay indie icon Craig Chester about her work in Lillian Hellman's The Children's Hour, new to DVD. (video). Chester, Craig Interview 980
Tough guys do dance: when American Ballet Theatre's powerful Brazilian star, Marcelo Gomes, takes on the role of Romeo, audiences learn why it's hot to be out. (Cover Story). Carman, Joseph Cover Story 2949
Transitions. (The Advocate Report). Brief Article 102
Two different worlds: when it comes to hooking up online, lesbians are from Venus and gay men from Mars. (Love & Sex On The Internet). Allen, Dan 649
Virtually gay: the Sims is the first online game to allow gay characters. (On the Web). Dukowitz, Gretchen Brief Article 237
Vulcan AIDS? (the Buzz). Brief Article 185
Who's the real bully? (Education). Brief Article 145

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