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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (October 10, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
Acting out. Terrell, Kellee 432
All shapes and sizes. Ferris, K. Letter to the editor 411
Bearly progress. White, Dave Brief article 148
Chicago hope: homeless youths find a voice in Windy City theater troupe. Hauswirth, Kevin Brief article 230
Christina revealed. Pressman, Mike Letter to the editor 123
Coming out 2006: our readers tell us about coming out to family and friends--and to the nation. 1702
Coming out and talking trash. 412
Companies that embrace equality: in 2006 a record number of Fortune 500 companies are offering benefits and protections to their LGBT employees. The Advocate highlights 10 additions to its ever-growing list of equality-minded employers. Henneman, Todd 3089
Deadly homophobia: the former Georgia state representative and ex-head of the NAACP says fighting homophobia is key to progress in the struggle against HIV/AIDS among blacks. Bond, Julian Interview 421
Drama king. Ehrenstein, David Movie review 479
Friend or foe. David, Jim Brief article 143
Gay is the new drug: they're here! They're queer! They traffic in narcotics! The movies' love affair with gay dealers. Brief article 147
Grown-up girls. Tucker, Karen Iris Sound recording review 200
Hail to the queens: Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me is the latest Broadway hit to lift the show-tune queens out of the piano bar and put them center stage. Shewey, Don 579
Happy. Gay. American: when Jim McGreevey came out--and announced he'd resign as New Jersey governor--it was the end of a long, painful story of lies and secret liaisons, which he details in a new book. His new story: settled, partnered, happy. Barrett, Jon Interview 2985
Hot picks. 170
John Leguizamo. Hensley, Dennis Brief article 291
Kramer's Nuremberg vision. Brief article 160
Lesbian, for now: for some young women, loving someone of the same sex is merely a passing phase. But what happens to the women who love them? Kennedy, Sarah 566
Lucy in the sky: as TV's Xena, Lucy Lawless made lesbians swoon. Now she's singing on reality TV and playing a sci-fi bad girl--and she still makes us swoon. Kort, Michele 790
Meet the bloggers: Queercents. Interview 192
Miss Cleo comes out: the queen of late-night infomercial psychics tells us what you might not predict: She's a lesbian. Hernandez, Greg 1540
Murder in D.C.: a straight lawyer is found stabbed in the home of a gay friend and his partner. A series of startling twists has followed, but no one is talking. Cook, Gretchen 527
New Orleans magic. Pettigrew, Jamie Letter to the editor 102
Not-so-tiny dancer: once you meet queer cross-dressing 6-foot-4 ballerina Joshua Grant, you'll never look at tutus the same way again. Huff-Hannon, Joseph 414
Out on a horse. Henderson, William Brief article 242
Outspoken. Goldman, Joe Brief article 301
Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe's relationship spanned 22 years, from their early days as lovers till the photographer's death from AIDS in 1989--a partnership that was creative as much as personal. Brief article 126
Rants & raves. 188
Second opinions. Brief article 168
Sexy and little else. Knox, Kenneth Brief article 164
Survival kit: Advocate essentials for the coming-out experience. Brief article 251
The advocate poll. Brief article 216
The armchair activist: a new feature in which The Advocate focuses on one battle for equality, summarizes recent progress, and explains how you can make a difference. Lisotta, Christopher 861
The man who outed Karl Rove's dad. Florez, Paul Brief article 324
The myth of "straight-acting". Rice, Christopher 601
Tired old Mel. Arlia, Bob Letter to the editor 119
Top 5 people in the news @ Advocate.com. Brief article 210
Tori Amos. Draper, Jimmy Sound recording review 510
Vachon's fresh kill. Marler, Regina Book review 485
Wagging the dog. Metheney, Jason Letter to the editor 809
We asked a sampling of LGBT people in Nashville ... Meredith, Brent 118

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