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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (November 23, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
"Faggot" phobia. Goodridge, Mike 410
A nod to Ohio gay families. Long, Kat Brief Article 104
A pitch against the D.C. expos. Bergling, Tim Brief Article 126
Across the Nation. Brief Article 180
AIDS redux. DesMarteau, John Letter to the Editor 394
Assessing Kerry. Connors, Patrick Letter to the Editor 385
Becoming a Visible Man. Marler, Regina Brief Article 102
Better luck next time: promising openly gay and lesbian candidates across the country fell by the wayside in 2004. Surprisingly, their sexuality was not an issue with voters. Wildman, Sarah 1076
Bill & Al's excellent adventure: out Oscar winner Bill Condon (Gods and Monsters) talks about taking on Alfred Kinsey, bisexual icon of the sexual revolution, in a a new film. Steele, Bruce C. Interview 1586
Civil unions come to New Zealand: Chris Carter has fought long and hard to make his country the first in the Southern Hemisphere to provide full rights to same-sex couples. Allen, Dan Interview 606
Coming out before God: minister Beth Stroud worked up the courage to come out in her flock. Now featured in a PBS documentary, she may face a trial to determine her future as a pastor. Kuhr, Fred Interview 795
Cover girls: Lesbians on Ecstasy creates joyous and outlandish riffs on dyke classics. Marcus, Sara Concert Review 280
Cumming up roses. Brief Article 191
Defending the rainbow. Brief Article 326
Doing unto others: it's the holidays, which means you've got too many gifts to buy for too many special people in your life. But we've got ideas for you--yes, we do--ranging from the geeky to the generous. Ferber, Lawrence Buyers Guide 633
Everything fans want: Want Two feels a bit like Rufus Wainwright vamping until his next album--but the enclosed concert DVD is a must for devotees of the out troubadour. Giltz, Michael Sound Recording Review 402
Foreman fed up. Blotcher, Jay Brief Article 127
Gay Anglicans hurt too. Brief Article 164
Generation quiet. LaCasce, Steward Letter to the Editor 149
Get wired: watch season 1 on DVD and you may find yourself fatally addicted to HBO's The Wire. Stockwell, Anne Television Program Review 443
Glam? Thank you, ma'am: gender blenders Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Toilet Boys return with new releases. Reighley, Kurt B. Sound Recording Review 449
Going public with gay. Brief Article 86
Green Day dawns anew: Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong talks about the band's political and provocative new opus, American Idiot. Reighley, Kurt B. 511
Han Ong returns: the queer Filipino literary phenomenon is back with a provocative new novel. Marler, Regina 456
Healing in her own hands: a decade ago, Meg Gaines received news that she had ovarian cancer. She beat the odds and is helping others face their fears. Graham, Chad 598
Hold the assimilation. Weinstock, Laura 660
Holy terror: Pedro Almodovar talks about Catholicism, the thrill of the "prohibited," and the Bad Education of an entire generation. Duralde, Alonso Interview 1344
How I Paid for College: A Novel of Sex, Theft, Friendship & Musical Theater. Marler, Regina Book Review 126
Just for fun. Andreoli, Richard Buyers Guide 385
Kushner on America. Kirsch, Peter Letter to the Editor 169
La belle LaBruce: two sexy new DVDs remind us that in the world of Canadian provocateur Bruce LaBruce, the revolution will not be PG-13. Wilde, Michael Movie Review 493
Lesbian love, actually. Brief Article 145
Lesbians and breast cancer: September 30, 1997. Brief Article 143
Life lessons from Melissa: Melissa Etheridge is now one of thousands of lesbians battling breast cancer. A special report from the women and researchers on the front lines. Rochman, Sue Cover Story 2182
Looking to "cure" gay bus riders. Brief Article 152
Milk 'n' Kinsey. Marler, Regina Brief Article 223
Modern Ranch Living. Marler, Regina Brief Article 120
Mondo Homo: Your Essential Guide to Queer Pop Culture. Marler, Regina Brief Article 88
Ms. Pac-Man's gay kids: the growing number of out video garners has led to more gay game characters. Lopez, Vincent 440
No lesbians allowed. Wilson, Sarah Letter to the Editor 225
Not getting married today: in January, California will equal Vermont in states' rights for same-sex couples. But some gays and lesbians are finding advantages to remaining legally single. Hernandez, Greg 1024
Ok to be gay at Sandals. Noyes, Andrew Brief Article 146
Parker at loose ends: Craig Lucas's Reckless doesn't ignite, despite the presence of Mary-Louise Parker. Shewey, Don Theater Review 399
Passions past: acclaimed Irish novelist Emma Donoghue spins a world of pansexual intrigue in 18th-century London. Marler, Regina Book Review 158
Plug and play. Lopez, Vincent Buyers Guide 498
Rants & raves. 269
Reader comments from www.advocate.com. Brief Article 186
Republicans vs. the military: can Log Cabin's court challenge to the military's gay ban succeed in a time of war? Lisotta, Christopher 391
Riding for a cure. Advertisement 91
Seasons of love: celebrated playwright Paula Vogel talks about her own celebrations--a New York theater season devoted to her work, and a wedding with her longtime partner. Raymond, Gerard Interview 666
Shania Twain. Hensley, Dennis Interview 318
Strictly by the numbers: Brooklyn is the work of newcomers, but it never breaks out of its tried-and-true mold. Shewey, Don Theater Review 286
The M Word: Writes on Same-Sex Marriage. Marler, Regina Book Review 89
The Professor's back ... and this time he's gay. 97
Vodka-la-la-la. Andreoli, Richard Brief Article 238
Weight of the world: openly gay Chris Morgan hopes to win a world weight-lifting title. Neff, Lisa 640
Why Mom won't get married. Hart, Melissa 670
William's room. Barclay, Paris 691
Winning with words in the U.K. Brief Article 162

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