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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (September 9, 2008)

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... and four great pilgrimages: classic mass experiences to expand your spiritual worldview without skimping on style. 508
[Pride.sup.2]. Lencek-inagaki, Nikko List 123
10 trips that will change your life: the transformative nature of journeys can be subtle or profound, but these ten adventures may change the way you feel about travel altogether, with itineraries that provoke, challenge, ant dare you to come back a different person. Link, Matthew 2477
A big check, a big caveat: gay men living in homophobic countries are finally getting HIV treatment--but they can't thank their own governments for it. Garcia, Michelle Brief article 285
A broader bully pulpit: as Congress grapples with solutions for a faltering economy, Barney Frank sits at the center of power. Gallagher, John 725
A comic of errors: writer Jonathan Ames breaks into graphic novels with The Alcoholic, in which a young man's affair with his best friend haunts him for years. Duralde, Alonso 635
Artful accommodations: there's no room for cookie-cutter paintings at these hip hotels where LGBT artists add to the colorful mix. Halden, Loann Hotel review 614
Bareback. Raymond, Gerard Brief article 115
Beyond the core: get off the beaten path in the Big Apple's lesser-known gay hoods. Adapted from The Out Traveler: New York City guidebook. Allen, Dan 1015
By the numbers: GSAs in the USA. Broverman, Neal; Mangum, Christopher Brief article 130
Carson's Parisian shopping spree: we recently sent the indomitable TV star of How to Look Good Naked on a shopping bender in Paris. His notes from the French fashion front. Kressley, Carson 1692
Correct change. Barrett, Jon Editorial 574
Datebook 08.26-09.09. Calendar 221
Defining virginity. Kraemer, Thomas; Snape, Alex; Nichols, Thomas Letter to the editor 403
Divine providence: welcome to the friendliest, most artistic city in New England--which happens to have its own gay mayor. Link, Matthew 1664
Do you find gray hair sexy? Brief article 179
Dude, action sports are, like totally homophobic: founded on an image of alternative lifestyle, the counterculture world of snowboarding, skating, and surfing has become one of the most uptight scenes around. Sosienski, Shanti 2143
Ed live! 83
Editor's letter. Salvato, Ed Editorial 304
Everything they always wanted to know about sex: because their health class doesn't always include the safe-sex lessons that they need, some Chicago teens have taken matters (and the lessons) into their own hands--by staging a new show. Hauswirth, Kevin 766
F4M? F4F? WTF! Celeb mags are all agog: Lindsay is either lesbian, bisexual, or just another straight girl engaged in an elaborate--albeit genius--publicity stunt. But really, what difference does it make? Fonseca, Nicholas 1272
Gay-baiting ads get their due: writer Bob Garfield takes issue with intolerance being used as marketing. Broverman, Neal Interview 407
Hair-raising. Direnzo, Tom; Larrisey, Anthony; Cooke, Mark; Parrish, Rusty Letter to the editor 713
Handle with care: travel tips for toting toto. David, Jonathan Brief article 184
Hawaii's polysexual past: cross-dressers, queer concubines, and the Sin of Onan--the Hawaii of pre-European contact had it all. 717
Husband material. Leung, Brian; Miles, Marlon; Gottselig, Rick Letter to the editor 451
Israel at 60: as the Jewish state celebrates its diamond anniversary, its progressive policies continue to shine like a gay jewel in the Middle Eastern rough. Kaufman, David 1162
Jon Hamm. Voss, Brandon Interview 1089
Ladies, start your engines: lesbian sex lives may get a boost from Viagra. Bach, Mette Brief article 178
Larry Michael Townsend. Obituary 83
Lesbian who lunches: who knew Jada Pinkett Smith--with all her yoga, child-raising, rock 'n' rolling, and world-changing--would have the time to put a sapphic twist on October's remake of the 1939 camp classic The Women? Griffiths, John 1605
Ma'am, would you care for some facts with that? Judging from her congressional testimony, Elaine Donnelly may be the most strident civilian opponent of lifting "don't ask, don't tell." Too bad her reasons for keeping the policy in place aren't sound. Corrigan, Conn 666
Mile-high expectations: with people like Tammy Baldwin center stage, there's hope that the Democratic National Convention will give gay issues the spotlight. Garcia, Michelle Brief article 245
Most memorable meals: we asked acclaimed LGBT chefs, TV foodies, and restaurateurs to tempt our taste buds with their all-time favorite dining experiences from across the globe. Graham, Adam H. 428
Not a tomboy in a dress: after walking away from a contract at Island Records, lesbian rocker L.P. returns to her androgynous roots with her anticipated third album. Ganz, Caryn 755
Out on the street. Rodriguez, Juan Carlos 206
Paper trail. Excerpt 454
People in your neighborhood: the gay characters we'll be watching on TV this season. Scholibo, Corey 928
Pie-in-the-sky presidency? The prospect of the nation's first black president sparks the hope that a gay president is drawing nearer. Bolcer, Julie 1370
Poll results. Table 159
Posh happenings. 441
Queer studies: college towns in Heartland, USA, can be positively gay. Collins, Andrew 1356
Rants & raves. 247
Remains of the day: luxe archaeological tours indulge your Indiana Jones fantasies without sending your fedora flying. Mulholland, Aefa Calendar 553
Short North: the toast of Columbus' arts scene. Ackerman, McCarton 637
Soul-searching: instead of demonizing "ex-gay" ministries, Save Me takes the more difficult path and examines the reasons some people seek treatment in the first place. Buchanan, Kyle Movie review 586
The conservatives made me do it: right-wing rhetoric may have inspired one man to violence in Tennessee. Thanks, Ann Coulter! David, Jim Column 670
The five must-have albums for fall. Reighley, Kurt B. Sound recording review 429
The Grand Canyon: a spiritual journey to Arizona's desert heart: nation hopping: the most awe-inspiring geological wonders of Arizona reside in the most culturally rich corner of the state. The Grand Canyon and the Navajo and Hopi Nations--a journey that's transporting in more ways than one. Link, Matthew Travel narrative 2607
The he-said, he-said two step: a wrongful termination lawsuit against the DNC refuses to go away. Eleveld, Kerry Brief article 197
The horror, the fabulous horror: just in time for Halloween, Matthew Link takes us on a tour of our favorite "Queer Horror" movie locales, where gay sensibilities and the dark unknown campily converge ... Link, Matthew 522
The map of Asia. Gardner, Dinah 1955
The universal language. Heim, Scott 722
Top 5 in 5: a half decade of model covers. Brief article 222
Voodoo? I do! Couples looking to tie the knot--with a machete dance--head to New Orleans for the latest in alternative commitment ceremonies. Irvin, Dale 638
Will the real JT Leroy please stand up? Two years after The New York Times discovered the truth behind fictitious writer JT LeRoy, Savannah Knoop reveals how she became the face of a literary scandal. Bahr, David 1969
World's best antique fairs: who says antiquing is for little old ladies? Upscale international shows are booming in popularity, luring the creme de la creme of the art, furniture, and fashion worlds--and some regular people too. Link, Matthew 478
Your e-mails. Earnest, Olen J.; Drumm, Brian; Cacy, Jeff Letter to the editor 317
Your questions our answers. Ocean, Justin; Halden, LoAnn 807
Your snapshots. Leonard, Marc Photograph 129

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