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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (December 21, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A double feature for film buffs. Ehrenstein, David Brief Article 241
A phone call away: the only all-ages national help line for GLBT Americans is seeing an uptick in calls in the wake of George W. Bush's reelection. VanDeCarr, Paul 732
Across the nation. Brief Article 172
Against the odds: My partner and I have decided to fight for my children--whatever it takes. Owens, Mike Column 515
Alexan-dreck: Oliver Stone's Alexander may be bi-inclusive, but it's still a staggering disaster. Duralde, Alonso Movie Review 571
Another gay filmmaker, another NC-17. Brief Article 168
Big gay following: Wanda Sykes. Graham, Chad Interview 391
Book ban stopped. Brief Article 113
Bourne's supremacy: exclusive: the outrageously entertaining choreographer who brought man-man love to Swan Lake talks about coming to America with his new Nutcracker! Carman, Joseph Interview 1245
Bringing equality to Ireland: prime minister Ahern says gays couples deserve greater rights. Brief Article 157
Dear Republican friends ... Rice, Christopher 703
Domestic argument: while some call for moderation after November 2, advocates for marriage equality aren't backing off. Lisotta, Christopher 417
Everywhere man: sexually, spiritually, and politically, Christopher Isherwood lived his life to the limits--a gay hero for our time. Ehrenstein, David Book Review 538
Falwell's new windfall. Brief Article 127
Fantasia 2004: the newest American Idol talks about gay fans and family, her new CD, and being a single mom. Brocka, Q. Allan Interview 390
Finding asylum: after he was arrested for sodomy and tortured in Uzbekistan, bisexual reporter Ruslan Sharipov escaped to the United States. Letellier, Patrick Interview 693
Full court press: George W. Bush has a very clear position on what makes good judges--and it's not a willingness to advance gay equality. Wildman, Sarah 825
Giuliani supports the gays--sort of: June 28,1994. Romesburg, Don Editorial 157
Help for gay entrepreneurs. Brief Article 115
Learning from Melissa. Green, Aleksei Letter to the Editor 305
Locas forever: their punk romance ignited the famed comic series Love and Rockets. Now Maggie and Hopey get a book all their own. Maury, Laurel Book Review 195
McGreevey's new life. Brief Article 186
Not for women only. Crawford, Brian Letter to the Editor 461
Oregon's crusaders: mayors weren't the only ones to bring hope and joy to the lives of thousands of gay couples this year. Several county commissioners in Portland are also being called heroes. Caldwell, John Brief Article 302
Out but not down. White, Dave Book Review 266
Parent vs. parent: gay dads and lesbian moms are winning new recognition of their rights, but many still lose their children. Christensen, Jen 1383
People of the year: the mayors: during a year in which marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples played a major role on the political stage, three mayors were willing to lead the way by taking risks and challenging the system. Caldwell, John 2807
Pink Christmas: with Too Cool for Christmas, here TV expands the idea of what makes a "family" holiday movie and gives jolly old St. Nick a makeover of its own. Goodridge, Mike 401
Queer eye for the santa guy: just because St. Nick's a few hundred years old is no reason for him to be unfashionable. Carson Kressley says it's time Santa donned some gay apparel. Kressley, Carson Brief Article 275
Rants & raves. 193
Rent's due, at last. Brief Article 163
Scouts take a hit. Brief Article 184
The Advocate Poll. Brief Article 239
The election should rally gay youth. Brief Article 301
The man behind the Housewives: how out creator Marc Cherry's insight into Desperate living led to one of TV's biggest hits. Goodridge, Mike 666
Trevor at six: since 1998 sympathetic ears have worked the help line of the Trevor Project to try to prevent GLBT teen suicide. VanDeCarr, Paul 276
Utah's ban reaches all. Brief Article 104
We're still divine, darling. Clinton, Kate 644
Wedding day jitters. Isaacs, Mark Letter to the Editor 663
WeHo, warts and all: in the 1970s the most popular dance club barred blacks, Latinos, women, and older men. Today, the city council would stop that in a heartbeat. Wilson, John Morgan Column 720
Why Bush's win is a victory for gays: like Howard Dean and John Kerry, George W. Bush has come out in favor of same-sex civil unions. What that means, writes Abner Mason, is that if we can work with the Administration instead of against it, the 2004 election could mark a turning point in acceptance of gay relationships. Mason, Abner 1301

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