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

Celebrating 50 Years
9
Gay couples
Bullying Our Man in Baghdad
17
Jeffrey Kofman (Canadian television reporter) (Interviews), Gay journalists, Iraq War, 2003- (Press coverage), Television programs (News programs)
The Business of Marriage
22
Gay marriage (Canada), Tourist trade (Canada), Americans (Canada), Toronto (Ont.) (Economic conditions)
Big in Japan
29
Aya Kamikawa, Transgender politicians, Transgenders (Japan), Tokyo (Japan) (Politics and government)
Rider on the Storm
31
Jim Morrison, Gay politicians, New Jersey (Politics and government)
Darling John
51
John Schlesinger (British motion picture director.); 1926-2003
Revenge of the Nerd
53
Toby Radloff, American splendor (Motion picture), Nerds
Such a Drag
55
Gabriel Baur (Reviews), Venus boyz (Motion picture) (Reviews), Transgenders in motion pictures
Isaac Hits the Target
57
Isaac Mizrahi (American fashion designer and television personality.), Target Corporation
Dancing with Luther
59
Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rhythm and blues music (Sound recordings, Reviews)

Faith in School
34
Gay college students, Church colleges and universities, Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Christianity)
Beyond Coed
36
Transgender college students, College students (Housing)
Queer Eye Confidential
40
Queer eye for the straight guy (Television program), Gay culture in television, Gay men in television, Heterosexuality in television, Fashion
The Gay Rights Makeover
42
Queer eye for the straight guy (Television program), Gays (Civil rights)
How TV Made Us Gay
47
Homosexuality in television (Humor, satire, etc), Lesbianism in television (Humor, satire, etc)
Sex and the Ciudad
48
Juan Luis Iborra (Reviews), Yolanda Garcia Serrano (Reviews), Km. 0 (Motion picture) (Reviews)
From Hairspray to Hollywood
50
Matthew Morrison; 1978-., Marci X (Motion picture), Homosexuality in motion pictures
Kate Selectively Remembered
60
What He Overcame
62
Bayard Rustin; 1910-1987 (Sexual behavior), Blacks (Civil rights, History), Homosexuality and politics (History)
Chicago's Brilliant Son
64
Tony Kushner (American dramatist) (Reviews), Frank Galati (American dramatist, screenwriter and director) (Reviews)
Criminal Lover
66
Michael K. Williams (American actor.), Wire (Television program), Homosexuality in television, Drug trafficking in television
Six Stitches Under
67
Ryan Murphy (American television and film director, scriptwriter and producer.), Nip\tuck (Television program)
Freedom of Expression
72
Lesbians (Employment, Discriminatory practices)

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