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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (September 25, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
40 Heroes. Cover story 6167
Cover to cover: year by year, Advocate covers uniquely illustrate our history. Priests and parents, activists and icons--our job is to cover you. Garcia, Michelle 172
Doctor, doctor: two amazing minds take on two deadly diseases. David Ho and Susan Love are working to rid the world of aids and breast cancer. Murphy, Tim; Rochman, Sue Interview 1863
Doing it for ourselves: after decades of pounding on the wafts of government, fighting to be heard, gays and lesbians have finally secured positions inside those walls. There are currently more than 370 openly gay elected officials nationwide, with at least 100 more expected to run in 2008. Meet six trailblazers who ran as openly gay candidates and won--in red states, no less. Florez, Paul; Wheeler, Padraic 985
Drawing on life: for New Yorker cartoonist William Haefeli life really is a laughing matter. Dowd, Rachel 1185
Future speak: some of our favorite thinkers look ahead and tell us what tomorrow may bring. 1832
Go, Terri, go! As a young man, J.T. Hayes was one of the most promising race car drivers in the South. Now J.T. is Terri O'Connell, a fierce woman preparing a second act to rival the first. Broverman, Neal 809
Happy birthday, Advocate! Turning 40 is definitely cause for celebration when you have friends like these to wish you well. Cumming, Alan; Robinson, V. Gene; Gill, Tim; Bass, Lance; Shepherd, Cybill; Hefner, Hugh; Louganis, 863
Lordy, lordy, look what they did at 40: remember when 40 was a dirty word? As these icons proved, it's the age to weather a tragedy, win a Grammy, or conquer the world. Lisotta, Christopher Cover story 858
My advocate photo project. Gaughan, Steven 330
Never say never: here's to the advertisers who supported us from the start. And here's to those yet to come. Phelps, Michael 324
Out with the mayors. Henneman, Todd 582
Speaking truth to power: although the democratic forum on LGBT issues in August was about the presidential candidates, it was panelist Jonathan Capehart, the gay Washington Post editorial writer, who arguably emerged as the winner. Andrew Noyes finds out what makes this journalist tick. Noyes, Andrew Interview 1023
The Advocate: 40 years. 1176
The new order. Henderson, William Interview 1385
Welcome to the party! On our 40th birthday we're making you a promise: for you and for The Advocate, the best is yet to come. Stockwell, Anne 728

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