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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (December 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
Art AIDS America. Brief article 253
Doug Wright: the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning playwright of I am My Own Wife on the connection between The Little Mermaid and the Marquis de Sade. Musto, Michael Interview 1236
Gay (super) power: writer Steve Orlando is helping usher in a new era at DC Comics in which LGBT characters are among the world's greatest superheroes. Peeples, Jase 559
Hillary Clinton for president. Letter to the editor 259
June 22: House it-in for gun control. 103
June 27: Pope apologizes. 106
Letter from ... Ireland. Cairns, Kay Interview 730
March 23: North Carolina's "Bathroom Bill". Brief article 143
More than 40% of gay and bi men are having condomless sex: the long-term decline in condom use predates PrEP and cannot be explained by it, serosorting, or treatment as prevention. Anderson-Minshall, Jacob 568
No Congress? No problem: the most recent years of Obama's administration have been marked by big leaps in LGBT rights--and all without his ever signing new law. Stern, Mark Joseph 1191
Number crunch: bisexuality: some famous first-rate people and some fourth-rate treatment of the third letter in LGBT. 219
One couple's 'criminal' marriage: the film about one interracial couple who took their struggle for equality to the Supreme Court. Villareal, Yezmin 446
Pedro Almodovar grows up: after the campy I'm So Excited and the heightened, melodramatic The Skin I Live In, the Spanish auteur's new film, Julieta, is a complex, dramatic exploration of motherhood. Thomas, June Critical essay 1208
People of the year: the heroes of pulse. Lambert, Michael Cover story 1367
Right place, right time: the decades-long love affair between '80s supermodel Caroline Cossey (a.k.a. Tula) and David Finch began with bad directions. Fairyington, Stephanie 833
So good it's criminal: viewers who can't bear to watch gay teens kissing will miss out on Eyewitness, one of the year's most fascinating TV thrillers. Anderson-Minshall, Diane 1520
Somebody to love. Voss, Brandon Interview 712
The empty "choice" argument: an antigay researcher claims no one is born gay. What if he's right? Shucart, Brenden 853
Vodou and the rainbow: feared and denigrated by members of other faiths, Haitian Vodou is a far cry from the zombie-raising cult of a thousand horror films--and it's also the only welcoming place for many LGBT Haitians. Ahmed, Beenish 2346

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