The Advocate

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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Table des matières

The Face of Gay Puerto Rico
Pedro Julio Serrano, Homophobia, Gays (Political activities), Gay politicians, Puerto Rico (Politics and government)
Games Over?
Gay Games (Economic aspects)
The Fire Under Fierstein
Harvey Fierstein (American dramatist and actor) (Interviews), AIDS (Disease) education
Hit List on the Hill
Republican Party (U.S.), United States Congress, National Institutes of Health (U.S.), Medical research (Finance), Scientific research (Finance), Conservatism
Fast Times at Harvey Milk High
Harvey Milk School (New York, N.Y.), Gay high school students (Crime), Transgenders (Crime), Impostors, New York (N.Y.) (Crime)
Men of the Cloth
Patrick Boylan (American liturgical vestments designer.), Roger Hockett (American pastry chef.), V. Gene Robinson (American bishop.), Church vestments, Gay bishops, Bishops (Appointment, call, and election)
Rescuing Christ from the "Christians".
Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Christianity), Church and politics, Gays (Civil rights)
Split Decision
V. Gene Robinson (American bishop) (Selection and appointment), Episcopal Church Diocese of New Hampshire, Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Anglican Communion), Episcopal Church (United States, Gay clergy), Gay bishops, Schism, Bishops (Appointment, call, and election)
Last Minute Gifts
Christmas gifts, Books as gifts, DVD as gifts, Compact discs as gifts
Bless You, Father
Kate Clinton; 1945-., Coming out (Sexual orientation), Lesbians, Parents of lesbians, Fathers and daughters

Waiting at the Altar
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (Decisions), Massachusetts General Court, Gay marriage (Massachusetts), Marriage law (Massachusetts), Gay couples (Legal status, laws, etc)
The Players
Mary Bonauto (American lawyer and gay rights activist.); 1967-, Jarrett Barrios (American foundation official and gay rights activist.), Barney Frank (American congressman.), Patrick Guerriero (American gay rights activist.), Cheryl Jacques (American state legislator and lawyer.); 1962-, Evan Wolfson (American lawyer and gay rights activist.); 1957-, George W. Bush (American president.), Thomas M. Finneran (American state legislator.); 1950-, Raymond Flynn (American mayor and diplomat.), Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley; 1944-., Mitt Romney (American governor.), Howard Dean (American governor and political party leader.), Edward Moore Kennedy (American senator.); 1932-2009, John Forbes Kerry (American senator.); 1943-, Margaret H. Marshall (American judge.); 1944-, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (Decisions), Gay marriage (Massachusetts), Marriage law (Massachusetts)
Person of the Year: Bishop V. Gene Robinson
V. Gene Robinson (American bishop) (Interviews)
Bette's Big Brass
Bette Midler (Interviews)
Killer Conclusions
Nicholas Broomfield (British film director) (Reviews), Aileen Wuornos (American murderer) (Audiovisual materials), Joan Churchill (American cinematographer) (Reviews), Aileen: Life and death of a serial killer (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Adolescence and Apathy
Gay men (Attitudes), Middle age, Gays (Civil rights), Palm Springs (Calif.) (Social life and customs)

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