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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (March 28, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
A glance back. Trilsch, Rick Letter to the editor 192
A mortgage lifeboat: for gay and lesbian seniors without a lot of savings, reverse mortgages can provide a more comfortable life--or an earlier retirement. Allen, Dan 461
Adoption ban too "divisive". Marco, Tony Brief article 152
Aidan Grennell. Broverman, Neal Interview 382
Alpha Chi Upsilon. Kennedy, Sarah Brief article 162
Bad exposure. Porter, Vernon Letter to the editor 139
Better living ... through gadgetry. Singing, sleeping, and skiing can all be improved with these nifty upgrades. Lopez, Vincent Brief article 175
Biking to block Phelps. Grant, Japhy Brief article 123
Bravo's kitchen catfight. Abley, Sean Brief article 278
Byears gets more game. Brief article 90
Christine's confessions. Raymond, Gerard 249
Cross country. Brief article 237
Dean's DNC less gay? Hernandez, Greg Brief article 161
Died. Obituary 83
Do ask, do tell in South Korea. Brief article 156
Do your homework. Brief article 112
Dobson pro-gay? Brief article 154
Ed White bares all. Bahr, David Interview 781
Equality through investments. Marco, Tony Interview 385
Escape from the dance floor. Davis, Mark Brief article 131
First person: Scott Peacock: food and friendship. Buhl, Larry Column 516
Friend or foe? David, Jim Brief article 150
Frist's last stand. Henderson, William Brief article 179
Future gay hero: Jason Haas. Weissman, Alex Brief article 145
Gay bishops, part II? Brief article 116
Gay days in Camelot. Rowe, Michael Book review 188
Geek chic. Ferber, Lawrence Brief article 187
George Bush's reality. Kaiser, Charles 533
Gold as folk. Lopez, Vincent Brief article 129
Gov. Ted Kulongoski. Kennedy, Sean Interview 584
Healthier hearts through marriage. Brief article 135
Home is where the protection is: in the absence of a marriage license, the title of a home is a state-recognized document that links you and your partners names in print. But don't rely on that alone to protect your relationship. Henneman, Todd 962
Homophobia vs. racism. Bungert, Paul Letter to the editor 513
Hot picks. Brief article 197
In the desert with Dinah. Allen, Dan Brief article 181
Indebted youth: no health insurance. No plan for retirement. No paid vacation. If you're moving back in with mom and turning 30 with no significant assets, you are a member of "Generation Debt". Kennedy, Sean Interview 443
It's my party ... Brocka, Q. Allan 584
Kelli's other partner. Steele, Bruce C. Editorial 580
Living a lie. Taylor, Rebecca Letter to the editor 183
Mexico is for lovers. Pitman, Tony Brief article 120
Moscow pride. Frei, Darren Brief article 276
No apology necessary. Marinez, Randy Letter to the editor 107
Nuggets & bites. Quotation 316
On wheels together. Dukowitz, Gretchen 450
Outspoken Elliot Long. 357
P for provocative: V for Vendetta presents a world where the government exploits people's fear of terrorism and denies gays and lesbians their civil rights. Sound familiar? Vary, Adam B. 550
Rants raves. Brief article 222
Reader comments from www.advocate.com. Brief article 206
Ro, Ro, Ro their boat! Rosie and Kelli O'Donnell take their family--and hundreds like theirs--on an R Family cruise to equal rights and a whole lotta love and fun. Stockwell, Anne Cover story 3927
Rockin' Rubi. Weil, Daniel Brief article 191
Rosie on board. Romesburg, Don Brief article 203
Still acting up. Reighley, Kurt B. Brief article 146
Summer Storm. Durable, Alonso Brief article 312
Support in all colors. Brief article 128
The Advocate GENQ Poll. Brief article 93
The Brokeback debate. Aslanian, Simon Letter to the editor 395
The Dinah divide: a contentious split between the longtime copromoters of Palm Springs's Dinah Shore Weekend leaves loyal followers with two competing events to choose from this year. Allen, Dan 776
Waters runs deep: best-selling lesbian author Sarah Waters returns with a moody tale of World War II. Ensha, Azadeh Interview 631
What would Nathan do? The mysterious death of rural gay activist Nathan Christoffersen has had an unexpected effect: bridging the gap between gay and antigay. Could Nathan's life and death offer gay activists a path to reaching religious fundamentalists? Part 2 of a special Advocate investigation. Caldwell, John 3009
Will Q be quashed? Q Television Network scrambles to stay on the air amid layoffs, financial difficulties, and broken promises. Vary, Adam B. 1321
Willie Nelson. Reighley, Kurt B. Interview 413

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