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

Why I Love Larry
9
Larry Kramer (American dramatist.), AIDS (Disease) (Prevention), Gays (Civil rights)
Fighting for Security
15
George W. Bush (American president) (Relations with gays), Social security (Privatization), Gay couples (Civil rights)
Blazing a Trail for Lesbians
19
Bonnie Bleskachek (American fire chief) (Interviews), Lesbian fire chiefs, Coming out (Sexual orientation)
Tori Amos
26
Tori Amos (American singer and songwriter) (Interviews, Relations with gays)
New Threats to HIV Funding
28
George W. Bush (American president) (Relations with gays), AIDS (Disease) (Fund raising), Budget (United States), Medicaid
The Hollywood Issue
44
Homosexuality in motion pictures, Gays in the motion picture industry
Sex and the Kinsey Guy
44
Alfred Charles Kinsey (American zoologist and sex researcher); 1894-1956 (In motion pictures), Peter Sarsgaard (American actor.); 1971-, Kinsey (Motion picture), Bisexuality in motion pictures
A Knockout Role
50
Hilary Swank (American actress.); 1974-, Ann Marie Saccurato (American boxer.), Angel Bovee (American boxer.), Million dollar baby (Motion picture: 2004), Lesbian boxers, Boxing in motion pictures
Power Players
52
Stacy Codikow (American motion picture producer.), POWER UP! (Organization), Women in the motion picture industry
Logan's Run
54
John Logan (American screenwriter and playwright) (Interviews), Aviator (Motion picture), Gay screenwriters

The Mayor of Casper Streets
30
Guy Padgett (III, American mayor.), Gay mayors, Casper (Wyo.) (Politics and government)
Spain's Dark Past, Bright Future
34
Homosexuality (Spain), Civil rights (Spain), Gays (Civil rights)
Bound for Baghdad
38
Gays in the military (United States), Iraq War, 2003-., United States (Armed Forces, Iraq)
How Do You Score?
43
Homophobia, Prejudice, Gays (Attitudes)
Gay Guide to the Oscars
58
Homosexuality in motion pictures, Gays in the motion picture industry, Academy Awards
He Built the Future
60
Philip Cortelyou Johnson (American architect.); 1906-2005
Doing Fiddler Proud
66
Jerry Bock (American composer); 1928-2010 (Reviews), Sheldon Harnick (American lyricist); 1924- (Reviews), Harvey Fierstein (American dramatist and actor) (Performances)
Abe and the Boys
72
Abraham Lincoln (American president); 1809-1865 (Sexual behavior), C. A. Tripp (American psychotherapist and sex researcher); 1919-2003 (Research work), Homosexuality (History)

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