The Advocate

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The Advocate is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) monthly newsmagazine. Established in 1967, it is the oldest continuing LGBT publication in the United States.
  

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Contents

Q&A: Christine Quinn
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Christine C. Quinn (American municipal official); 1966- (Interviews), New York (N.Y.) City Council (Officials), Lesbian politicians, New York (N.Y.) (Politics and government)
You Say Tomato
23
Transgenders
Riding for Religious Change
25
Soulforce Equality Riders (Organization), Gay college students (Political activities), Youth as human rights activists, Homophobia in education, Church colleges and universities (Enrollment), Military education
Harry Hamlin
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Harry Hamlin (American actor) (Interviews)
The Relationship Miracle Worker
32
Betty Berzon (American psychotherapist.)
Chad Allen's Not Sorry
53
Chad Allen (American actor); 1974- (Interviews), Nathaniel Saint (missionary); 1923-1956 (In motion pictures), End of the spear (Motion picture), Christianity in motion pictures, Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Evangelical churches), Gay actors
Making Our Town Sing
54
Thornton Wilder (American novelist and dramatist); 1897-1975 (Adaptations, Operas), Ned Rorem (American composer); 1923-, J. D. McClatchy (American poet, editor and critic.); 1945-, Gay composers
Notre Dame's Queer Moment
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University of Notre Dame, Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Catholic Church), Homosexuality in motion pictures
Bill for a Lifetime
58
Bernard Cooper (American novelist, essayist and memoirist.); 1951-, Fathers and sons, Children (Cost of raising)
Lindy Hop to Hip-hop
59

Different Games, Familiar Hurdles
34
Gay Games, World Outgames
Breaking the Mold
42
Dean Hansell (American lawyer.), Bob Williams (American electronics industry executive.), Marjorie Chorlins (American electronics industry executive.), Donna Rose (American computer consultant.); 1959-, Mark Tristan Ng (American banking executive.), Sondra Bolte (American human resource manager.), Gay executives
No Smoke and Mirrors
44
Jeff Jordan (American marketing executive) (Business ventures), Rescue Social Change Group LLC, Smoking cessation
Faith of His Father
48
Nathan Christoffersen (American gay rights activist); d. 2005 (Death and burial), Al Christoffersen (American mortgage broker and father of gay activist Nathan Christoffersen.), Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Evangelical churches), Fathers and sons
Do We Hate Back?
50
Southern Baptist Convention, Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Christianity)
Mommie Queerest
60
Scott Frankel (American composer, pianist and conductor), Michael Korie (American librettist and lyricist), Doug Wright (American playwright and screenwriter), Edith Bouvier Beale (American aspiring actress and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.); 1917-2002, Edith Bouvier Beale (American recluse and aunt of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.); ca. 1897-1977, Grey Gardens (Motion picture), Musicals, revues, etc (Adaptations from documentary films)
Queer as Folk Music
61
Janis Ian (American singer); 1951- (Sound recordings, Reviews), Folk music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Hello from All of Us!
64
Children of gay parents (Humor, satire, etc), Gay couples (Humor, satire, etc)
Adoption Day
72
Adoption and adopted children, Gay couples

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