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

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Title Author Type Words
A is for Aubrey, B is for bisexual. Letter to the editor 284
Advocating from inside the closet. Bahler, Kristen Interview 1659
AIDS activist Peter Staley talks PrEP: the longtime activist offers up unvarnished views and knocks down anti-PrEP fear-peddlers. Miksche, Mike Interview 708
An artist's journey: Maggie is a transgender refugee from Lebanon whose performance art fuels her identity, as it fueled her nightmarish journey to the West. Miksche, Mike 1269
Belize high court strikes down sodomy law: human rights activists hope the decision will influence other Caribbean countries. Ring, Trudy 315
Blame it on the queers: doomsayers and the things that definitely happened because of LGBTs. 206
Bloody but unbowed. Letter to the editor 388
Coco Peru: Coco Peru, the longtime drag creation of New York-born writer-performer Clinton Leupp, has a priceless way with words--and hairspray. Musto, Michael Interview 1198
Comeback kid. Voss, Brandon Interview 713
Counting queer casualties. Shucart, Brenden 841
Editor's letter. Breen, Matthew Editorial 620
Former Advocate editor, Mark Thompson, dies at 63. Grindley, Lucas Obituary 401
Hillary Clinton for president: in November, voters will have the opportunity to choose between a vetted and vocally pro-LGBT candidate and an ethically insolvent, chaotic carnival barker. Breen, Matthew Cover story 1008
Hillary Clinton. Breen, Matthew Interview 2590
Letter from ... Greece. Cairns, Kay Interview 617
Muna is the queer girl band we've been waiting for: the Los Angeles-based pop trio is putting its emotions on blast--and wants you to do the same. Brydum, Sunnivie Sound recording review 512
Number crunch: money makes the world go round. 156
Our own Vietnam: long-term HIV survivors share a suffering--and an invisibility--with war veterans who live with PTSD. Anderson-Minshall, Diane 1311
Priced out: what happens when LGBT people can no longer afford to live in the cities that enticed them with the promise of a life lived openly? Stewart, Katherine 2777
Shame, name, and blame: borrowing from the confrontational tactics of guerilla AIDS protest groups ACT UP and Queer Nation, the new Gays Against Guns organization puts the gun lobby in its sights. Stern, Mark Joseph 1190
Surf, sand, and solidarity: what happens when one woman's vacation is some teenager's lifeline? Anderson-Minshall, Diane 1517
The funny, dark Other People: though it stars comic mainstays, Chris Kelly's directorial debut explores personal tragedy. Ogles, Jacob 392
Their big fat Israeli-Spanish wedding: Assi Azar, host of Israeli TV hits Big Brother and Rising Star describes the moment he met his future husband, Albert Escola. Fairyington, Stephanie 713
Why is TV killing its queer women? Thomas, June 1251
Why Walmart became LGBT friendly. Lybarger, Jeremy 2418

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