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

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Title Author Type Words
A farewell mission: Mormons mass defections follow a new provision that denies membership to the children of same-sex couples. Smith, C. Brian 1116
An old problem descends on Texas: the repeal of Houston's anti-discrimination law hinged on familiar fearmongering ("protect the children") and an age-old fanaticism: misogyny. Stern, Mark Joseph 1332
Bad blood: Taylor Swift's lyrics resonate in a troubling way for those who've seen blood reconfigured as a weapon by misguided HIV criminalization laws. Kerr, Theodore 711
Bayard Rustin was here: the longtime residence of the civil rights hero has been recommended for landmark status. McDonald, James Brief article 148
Beijing comrades. Tong, Bei Excerpt 1509
Blame it on the queers. Brief article 228
Editor's letter. Breen, Matthew Editorial 595
English channelling: famed auteur Terence Davies continues to funnel his feelings of ostracism into powerful art with his latest film, Sunset Song. King, Loren 636
Girls like us: Her Story's look at the dating lives of trans and queer women earns its cred onscreen and behind the camera. Godfrey, Chris 626
Hollywood's lesbian moment. Letter to the editor 186
Just me and Allah: a queer Muslim photo project. Habib, Samra 458
Letter from ... Ecuador. Cairns, Kay 760
Life without act up? Letter to the editor 160
Lipodystrophy law: a Massachusetts bill could offer medical insurance relief to people with lipodystrophy, the stigmatizing signature of early HIV medications. Lisotta, Christopher 698
Number crunch: love. Brief article 264
People of the year. Letter to the editor 198
Perfect storm: how we dodged the fiercest hurricane on record in idyllic Puerto Vallarta. Breen, Matthew Essay 1347
Polyamory: by the numbers: in the wake of marriage equality, data shows Americans think three isn't such a crowd. Shucart, Brenden 739
Present tension at Seattle Art Museum: classically composed work in the new exhibit, "Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic," travels through time and culture. Brief article 274
Queerest cities in America. 1954
Robin Byrd: how the infamous empress of fun and raunchy DIY cable TV brought a sex-positive, safe-sex message to the world. Musto, Michael Interview 1204
Short is the length of my true love's hair: for many queer women, how we wear our hair is more than just a matter of convenience--though for others it's precisely that. Thomas, June 1203
The education of Ms. Jenner. Breen, Matthew 2259
The greatest of these is love: though they were both seeking to rid their lives of same-sex attractions at church, two women found their soul mates instead. Fairyington, Steph 603
The road rises up: autumn in Ireland, upon the arrival of same-sex marriage. Breen, Matthew 1572
Ties that bind: adoption was a workaround that protected many LGBT couples, but now it complicates the quest for wedded bliss. Anderson-Minshall, Diane 1467
Wilde heart. Voss, Brandon Interview 731

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