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

Gay Teen Revolution
Gay youth (Attitudes), Coming out (Sexual orientation), Gay high school students
Rejecting Our Own
Gay culture, Racial profiling, San Francisco (Calif.) (Bars, taverns, etc)
Success Depends on Gays
Richard L. Florida (American economic development expert); 1957- (Interviews), Gays (Economic conditions, Social conditions), Cities and towns (Growth, Rating), Economic development, Creativity
NCLR Earns Its Stripes
Kate Kendell (American lawyer and gay rights activist.), National Center for Lesbian Rights, Lesbians (Civil rights)
Hello Olivia, Goodbye Rainbow
Martina Navratilova (Czech-American tennis player.); 1956-, Business and sports, Athletes as advertising spokesmen, Lesbian athletes
A Stranger in Neverland
Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter); 1958-2009 (Trials, litigation, etc, Press coverage), Child molesting, Gender identity, Homophobia
Winterson's Way
Jeanette Winterson (English novelist); 1959- (Interviews), Homosexuality (Religious aspects), Fiction (Authorship), Lesbian authors, Fanaticism in literature
After Hours
Walt Whitman (American poet); 1819-1892 (In literature), Michael Cunningham (American novelist); 1952- (Interviews), Gay authors, Homosexuality in literature, Fiction (Authorship)
Beach Book Bingo
Homosexuality in literature (Bibliography), Books and reading (Bibliography), Summer
Message to Mom
Alice Wu (American motion picture director.), Saving face (Motion picture), Lesbianism in motion pictures, Mothers and daughters in motion pictures

Family Focus
James C. Dobson (American psychologist and social activist); 1936- (Political and social views), Jeff Lutes (American family therapist and gay rights activist.), Focus on the Family (Organization), Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Evangelical churches), Church and politics (Evangelical churches), Conservatism
10 Ways to Fight the Right
Gays (Political activities, Civil rights), Homosexuality and politics, Conservatism
Poles, Queers, and the Pope
Pope John Paul II; 1920-2005 (Death and burial), Pope Benedict XVI; 1927- (Selection and appointment), Doug Wright (American playwright and screenwriter), Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Catholic Church), Homophobia (Poland), Catholic Church (Government)
Jazz Metamorphosis
Me'Shell Ndegeocello (American singer and songwriter.), Converts, Muslim, Jazz music, Lesbian singers
Cocktails with the Clueless
James C. Dobson (American psychologist and social activist); 1936- (Political and social views), Focus on the Family (Organization), Church and politics (Evangelical churches), Homosexuality (Religious aspects, Evangelical churches), Conservatism

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