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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (May 13, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
"I object": openly gay marine Stephen Funk comes out as the war's first conscientious objector. (Military). Dahir, Mubarak 664
A gay-friendly tango: with fund-raising dollars at stake, Democratic hopefuls try to prove they would be pro-gay presidents. (Politics). 380
Across the nation. (The Advocate Report). Brief Article 110
An Idol for gays? We envision a queer future for many of this year's American Idol finalists. (The Music Issue). Hensley, Dennis Column 501
And for his next Trick ... how Jim Fall, the out director of the sexy gay comedy Trick, went to work for Disney to make the family-friendly Lizzie McGuire Movie. (film). Vary, Adam B. Interview 445
Barred by the archbishop. (Catholic). Allen, Dan Brief Article 141
Berlin stories: watch history happen in this European capital. (Germany). Brief Article 279
Brothers in arms: American soldiers fight side by side with openly gay British troops--punching holes in the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy. Bull, Chris 803
Buried alive in Egypt: Egyptian gay men are still being entrapped and jailed by the hundreds. One imprisoned man and his American partner tell their story. (World). Dahir, Mubarak 1309
Cracks in "don't ask": some military officials are dragging their feet when it comes to discharging openly gay service members. (Military). Lisotta, Christopher 542
Emergency preparedness. (don't get me started). Clinton, Kate 705
Folks on folk. (reader forum). Letter to the Editor 955
For peace or pride? (Switzerland). Allen, Dan Brief Article 128
Forced outing. (Education). Brief Article 161
Foreman at the task force. (Activism). Tkaczyk, Christopher Brief Article 237
Gay directors bring home the bacon. (the Buzz). Brief Article 146
Gay hip-hop comes out; with a brand-new record deal, Brooklyn rapper Caushun is gay hip-hop's first mainstream hope--but he doesn't speak for the movement, thanks. (The Music Issue). Mathis, Derrick 2724
Gays and rock--between the lines: April 7, 1976. (From the Advocate Archives). Romesburg, Don 165
GLAAD to alert you. (On the Web). Brief Article 83
Hear no evil. (reader forum). Prestage, Robert S. Letter to the Editor 126
Laura's tough love: singer-songwriter Laura Love shares the anger and wit she poured into her new antiwar CD. (The Music Issue). Dukowitz, Gretchen Biography 591
Lesbian assist. (Sports). Lehoczky, Etelka Brief Article 185
Leslie Cheung: actor-singer Leslie Cheung did something harder than coming out in Hollywood--he came out in Hong Kong. (arts & entertainment). Ferber, Lawrence Obituary 441
Like to watch. (reader forum). Letter to the Editor 393
Mariah's gay adventure. (the Buzz). Brief Article 159
Michael Jeter: though he was small in stature, Michael Jeter is remembered as an acting giant by his costars. (in memoriam). Ferber, Lawrence Obituary 463
Mother and child reunion: lesbian mom and playwright Kate Moira Ryan talks about transforming Dorothy Allison's Cavedweller from page to stage. (theater). Raymond, Gerard Interview 619
My life as a Victorian dyke: Tipping the Velvet star Rachael Stirling reveals how she negotiated the nude scenes and strap-ons--and what her mom, Diana Rigg, thinks of it all. (television). Stockwell, Anne Interview 798
No appeal on Senate's nod. (Court). Brief Article 122
No such thing as a stupid question. (On the Web). Koland, Trent J. Brief Article 129
Not just idol chatter: American Idol's Kelly Clarkson tells Jim Verraros that everyone from gay men to girls of every size should just be themselves. (The Music Issue). Duralde, Alonso Interview 865
Passing judgment. (Education). Brief Article 86
Pulitzer surprise. (the Buzz). Brief Article 201
Rants & raves. Brief Article 221
Reader comments from (The Advocate Poll). Brief Article 193
Run through the jungle: a lesbian couple hikes, bikes, and rafts as half of an all-gay team for the Eco-Challenge Fiji adventure race. (television). Behrens, Web Interview 671
Seth speaks: comic, writer, and accompanist to Broadway divas, Seth Rudetsky talks about his journey from high school "fag boy" to star of his own one-man show. (theater). Drake, David Interview 357
Taking Velvet public: author Sarah Waters reflects on the sensation she started by writing Tipping the Velvet, the novel that became a smash U.K. miniseries that's now set to conquer America. (arts & entertainment). Waters, Sarah 417
Tell Tchaikovsky the news: choreographer Boris Eifman talks about Tchaikovsky: the Mystery of Life and Death, his ballet about the composer's tortured sexuality. (dance). Carman, Joseph Interview 426
The mayor is gay (and that's a good thing): Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit has come from obscurity to prominence in just two years, and now he is one of the most famous openly gay politicians in the world. (Germany). Barrett, Jon Interview 2423
The problem with "passing". (last word). Wilchins, Riki Column 709
The second coming of Robbie Williams: riding a wave of gossip, the British hunk and former boy band idol surfs back into America. (The Music Issue) (Cover Story). Flick, Larry Cover Story 2645
This week on (On the Web). 170
Transitions. (The Advocate Report). Brief Article 100
Twenty-five years of leather: as the International Mr. Leather contest turns 25, its first-ever winner describes why cowhide means so much to gay people. (Behind the Headlines). DeLaMar, Roy Interview 679
Unsigned, they deliver: in this corporate climate, having a record deal is way overrated. These six independent CDs are worth your time. (The Music Issue). Chin, Rob Bibliography 516
Voices carry. (my perspective). Babcock, Jonathan Column 711

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