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

WeHo, Warts and All
9
Homosexuality, West Hollywood (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Domestic Argument
13
Gay marriage, Gay couples (Legal status, laws, etc), Presidential elections (2004)
Finding Asylum
18
Ruslan Sharipov (Uzbek journalist and gay rights activist) (Interviews), Bisexuality, Journalists (Crimes against), Human rights (Uzbekistan), Torture, Asylum, Right of
Parent Vs. Parent
27
Gay parents, Custody of children
Full Court Press
30
George W. Bush (American president.), United States Supreme Court (Nominees), Supreme Court justices (Selection and appointment), Gays (Civil rights)
Last-minute Gift Guide
48
Christmas gifts
Bourne's Supremacy
52
Matthew Bourne (English dancer and choreographer) (Interviews), Ballet production
Alexan-dreck
54
Oliver Stone (American film director and screenwriter) (Reviews), Alexander (Motion picture) (Reviews), Homosexuality in motion pictures
The Man Behind the Housewives
56
Marc Cherry (American television producer and scriptwriter.), Desperate housewives (Television program), Women in television, Television and women
Pink Christmas
59
Too cool for Christmas (Television program) (Reviews), Television programs (Made-for-television motion pictures, Reviews), Gay parents in television

A Phone Call Away
32
Gay and Lesbian National Hotline, Homosexuality and politics
People of the Year: the Mayors
34
Gavin Newsom (American mayor.), Jason West (American mayor.), John Shields (American mayor.), Gay marriage (New York (State), California), Mayors, San Francisco (Calif.) (Politics and government), New Paltz (N.Y.) (Politics and government), Nyack (N.Y.) (Politics and government)
Why Bush's Win is a Victory for Gays
42
George W. Bush (American president.), Presidential elections (2004), Civil unions, Gays (Civil rights, Political activities)
We're Still Divine, Darling
47
Presidential elections (2004), Gays (Civil rights)
Everywhere Man
64
Out But Not Down
65
Wanda Sykes
66
Wanda Sykes (American comedian); 1964- (Interviews)
Dear Republican Friends . .
72
Arnold Schwarzenegger (Austrian-American actor and governor.), Republican Party (U.S.), Conservatism, Church and politics (Evangelical churches)

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