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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (February 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
20/20 hindsight. 280
A federal ban in 2005? Brief Article 112
A struggle out of the LAPD. Lisotta, Christopher Brief Article 124
A tsunami's devastation. 148
Across the nation. 166
All the lonely people: artist and Generation X novelist Douglas Coupland talks about disaster movies, Google, and his new book, Eleanor Rigby. Oh, and he comes out. Duralde, Alonso Interview 1257
Are we visible yet? We're seeing more lesbian characters on TV, but for some critics, they're just a disappointing rehash of stereotypes. Trasandes, Monica 996
Brava, Sharon: with her powerful pairing with the New York Philharmonic, guitarist Sharon Isbin rules. Dalton, Joseph 387
Brudnoy's last broadcast: David Brudnoy's successful radio career was an unlikely mix of quiet conversation and strong political convictions. Kuhr, Fred Obituary 315
Burning over Bush. Rothman, Joy Letter to the Editor 614
Can you hear me now? Becker, Brad Letter to the Editor 252
Dancing together in Utah. Allen, Dan Brief Article 144
Decorating as fast as he can: from reality TV to Broadway to a home store of his own, out actor and entrepreneur Bryan Batt is running white-hot. Drake, David 360
Delivering discrimination: FedEx is among the companies refusing benefits to married gay employees in Massachusetts. The firms blame the federal government for their own decision to discriminate. Christensen, Jen 1216
Eerie tunes. Reighley, Kurt B. Sound Recording Review 246
Global marriage boom: 2005 is shaping up as the year of marriage equality everywhere but here. Allen, Dan 415
Harold Maude: out talent Eric Millegan tells all about playing Harold in a new musical version of the '70s cult classic film. Giltz, Michael Interview 372
His time at last: the gay African-American painter Beauford Delaney spent his most productive years in Paris. Now, more than 50 years later, American art lovers are getting a look. Stockwell, Anne 674
Kiss and tell. Corvino, John 716
Lesbians looking good on the cover: February 9, 1977. Romesburg, Don 148
Man! I feel like Shania: Shania Twain's fiendishly entertaining new collection inspires a trip down pink memory lane. Hensley, Dennis Sound Recording Review 522
Medicine and homophobia. Brief Article 141
Meet "the Lady": introducing a woman into the Queer Eye for the Straight Girl team may be more about sisterhood than lesbian inclusion. Steele, Bruce C. 397
Memory and mangos: the comedy Goldfish Memory is a charming pansexual romp, while Mango Kiss goes where few lesbian films dare. Rebello, Stephen Movie Review 582
Notes on Sontag: out novelist Allan Gurganus pays tribute to a lost genius. Gurganus, Allan Obituary 394
One church's crusade: United Church of Christ president John Thomas's message of inclusion is getting out without help from CBS or NBC. Letellier, Patrick Interview 581
Out in Park City. Brief Article 301
Persons of the year? Satterlee, Mark Letter to the Editor 448
Raising the profile of depression. Brief Article 168
Rants & raves. 256
Reader comments from Brief Article 180
Respected and normal in Ohio. 317
Rising rates no surprise. Brief Article 88
Roseanne Barr. Interview 394
Sex and murder in Iraq. 140
Soft and crunchy: Drew Daniel of Matmos plays around with punk in his side project, the Soft Pink Truth. Reighley, Kurt B. Interview 275
Spring onto the stage: from winter's depths to May's renewal, you can warm your heart and revitalize your mind with these hot offerings by and about gays and lesbians. Raymond, Gerard Calendar 1378
Standing my gay ground. Mapa, Alec 679
Tribute to a news pioneer: during his life, Roy Aarons made newspapers and television respect GLBT America. Hernandez, Greg Obituary 803
Welcome back to L world: can't wait for The L Word to get its sexy motor purring again? Neither can we. Revving us up are stars Katherine Moennig, Leisha Hailey, and Erin Daniels, who provide the scoop on new twists, on camera and off. Kort, Michele Cover Story 2497
Welcome to 1984. Kaiser, Charles 648
Wolfe's new direction: out director George C. Wolfe talks about moving from theater to film with HBO's Lackawanna Blues. Stockwell, Anne Interview 633
Working the runway: out designer Michael Kors tells it like it is to would-be fashionistas on Bravo's Project Runway. Andreoli, Richard 457
Young, gay, and OK: cultural shifts and supportive parents are leading gay youths to come out earlier, some before their teens. Lehoczky, Etelka 1829

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