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

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A federal nod to gay partners: will Peggy Neff's award from the federal Victim Compensation Fund help all same-sex couples win more legal recognition? (September 11). Dahir, Mubarak Biography 408
A loss of orientation: just when he thought he had traveled so far from home that his sexual orientation didn't matter to those around him, novelist Michael Lowenthal realizes that maybe, when it comes to being gay, you really can't get away from it all. (Gay Travel). Lowenthal, Michael 1771
Across the nation. (The Nation). Brief Article 138
Amazing travel tips: on CBS's The Amazing Race, seven gay contestants have globe-trotted for thousands of miles. Who better to ask for advice on gay travel? (Gay Travel). Allen, Dan 651
Antigay exit. (Politics). Brief Article 151
August 5, 1986: Supreme injustice. (From the Advocate Archives). Romesburg, Don Brief Article 194
Awaiting judgment day: Lawrence v. Texas could take out sodomy laws for good--or it could set a precedent for increased infringement of gay rights. (Cover Story). Quittner, Jeremy 921
Balance of justice: cultural advances, openly gay clerks, and speculation about the sexual orientation of one of their own have substantially changed the way the Supreme Court justices weigh civil rights. (Cover Story). Bull, Chris 2122
Ballet class. (reader forum). 609
Betty's Rules of attraction: Elizabeth Ziff explains why taking rock and roll to off Broadway was such a savvy career move for her band, Betty. (music). Flick, Larry Interview 555
Bring back the coffee klatch. (last word). Vaid, Urvashi 617
Butching it up. (reader forum). 288
Disco wrecking ball: who recorded Ethel Merman with a disco beat? Could it be ... Satan? White, Dave Sound Recording Review 324
From power lunches to play dates. (Business). 80
Gay no more. (People). Allen, Dan Brief Article 124
Gays and the military: in Sons of Ulster a gay lad finds love in the trenches of World War I. The play's director, Nicholas Martin, talks about balancing tragedy with good Irish humor. (theater). Raymond, Gerard Theater Review 607
Going postal: the creator of a video game in which gays are targets takes aim at his critics. (The Advocate Report). Interview 257
It's a queer romance. (reader forum). 248
Know your lesbian patients. (Medicine). Brief Article 110
Massage parlor massacre. (South Africa). 103
Master of the house: The Wedding Planner's Adam Shankman lucked into his first movie job. Now he's directing Steve Martin and Queen Latifah in Bringing Down the House. (film). White, Dave Interview 799
More than skin-deep. (Outbreak). Brief Article 135
Morris Kight, 1919-2003. (Legacy). Ocamb, Karen Obituary 254
My big fat gay scorecard. (final cut). Barclay, Paris Illustration 415
On the web. (The Advocate Report). 169
Our baby, the star. (my perspective). Rubin, Helen 741
Phantom bug-chasers. (Controversy). Brief Article 123
Prized pets in portrait: a new book poses dozens of gay and lesbian New Yorkers in family photos with their animal companions. (books). Koland, Trent J. Brief Article 297
Queer year at Sundance. (the Buzz). 433
Rants & raves. 211
Reader comments from www.advocate.com. (The Advocate Poll). Brief Article 193
Sarah Pettit's journey: longtime friend Eric Gutierrez remembers the Out cofounder and Newsweek editor as ambitious, idealistic, and fearless to the end. (In Memoriam). Gutierrez, Eric 711
Sexual healing. (reader forum). 157
Shanghai surprise: in Shanghai Moon drag master Charles Busch spoofs those hokey old "mysteries of the Orient" movies. Shewey, Don 445
Sodomy and the Supremes: legal expert David J. Garrow counts the potential votes in the upcoming Supreme Court decision on sodomy laws. (Cover Story). Garrow, David J. Cover Story 677
The fire still burns: a new one-man show and television documentary remind us that the life and work of James Baldwin continue to resonate. Ehrenstein, David 622
The kid is alright: 25-year-old art star Ryan McGinley went from skate punk to photographer, but his worldview remains the same. (art). Simpson, Les Interview 403
Transitions. (Health). Brief Article 105
Wake-up Maggie: expatriate American comic Maggie Cassella tells all about her happy, gay life as a talk-show host in Canada. (television). Karlin, Susan Interview 521
West Hollywood survivor: Trev Broudy, whose September bashing infuriated a gay neighborhood, speaks for the first time about his recovery, his anger, and his future. (Behind the Headlines). Ocamb, Karen Interview 693
What makes a hotel gay-friendly? Gay travel experts are seeking to set standards for how welcoming hotels really are. (Gay Travel). Dahir, Mubarak 1246
Wilde and wilder: British bad boy Will Self updates Wilde's Picture of Dorian Gray with drugs, orgies, AIDS, and Princess Di. Bahr, David 405

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