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

Generation Quiet
12
Coming out (Sexual orientation), Homophobia
Toward Perfect Unions
17
Gay couples (Legal status, laws, etc, California)
A Movement Grows in Newark
22
Sakia Gunn; d. 2003 (Murder), LaQuetta Nelson (Interviews), Gay youth, Gay bashing, Lesbians (Crimes against), Newark (N.J.) (Crime)
Confused Conservatives
30
Republican Party (U.S.), Defense of Marriage Act, United States. Constitution (Amendments), Marriage law
We're Coming Out!
33
Coming out (Sexual orientation)
As Shaved on TV.
68
Marc Shaiman; 1959-, Scott Wittman, Beards (Humor, satire, etc)
Drakula's Son is Gay
72
David Drake (American actor and dramatist.), Vlad III (Prince of Wallachia); 1430 or 31-1476 or 7, Fathers and sons, Genealogy
The Incedible Hunk
74
Dan Petronijevic, Playmakers (Television program), Gay football players in television
Coming Out Party
76
Coming out (Sexual orientation) (Audiovisual materials, Reviews)
Third Time Charmed
78
Rufus Wainwright (Sound recordings, Reviews), Popular music (Sound recordings, Reviews)

She's Gonna Knock You Out
40
Thaddine Johnson, Lesbian boxers
Where to Work
42
Homosexuality and employment
Stop the Press
50
Jim Moroney (American newspaper executive.), Dallas morning news, Religious journalism, Homosexuality (Press coverage), Journalistic ethics
Relatively Revolutionary
52
It's all relative (Television program), Gay couples in television
New Stage for an Out Actor
58
Christopher Sieber; 1969- (Interviews), It's all relative (Television program), Gay actors, Gays in the television broadcasting industry, Homosexuality in television
He's a Pig Success
82
Ian Falconer (American painter, children's author and illustrator.); 1959-, Olivia (Fictional character), Children's literature
Surviving High School
84
Alex Sanchez (American young adult novelist.); 1957-, Julie Anne Peters (American children's and young adult author.); 1952-, Brent Hartinger (American dramatist and young adult novelist.); 1964-, Young adults' literature (Themes), Gay youth (Reading), Homosexuality in literature, Gay novelists, Lesbian novelists
Anime, Mon Amour
86
Anime (Japanese animation), Homosexuality in motion pictures
The Last of Leonard & Larry
90
Tim Barela, Leonard & Larry (Comic strip), Gay couples in comic books, strips, etc
Throwing the Backlash Off Balance
96
Homosexuality and politics

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