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Judge Overturns Conviction Of Innocent Man Sentenced To Life More Than 40 Years Ago
Wilbert Jones will finally get his freedom after spending most of his life in prison.
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Protecting Kevin Spacey's 'Privacy' Was Dangerous
'Anti-outing' polices by publications are cast as high-minded. In actuality, they're inspired by homophobia and fear of repercussions.
East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office
Fatal Baton Rouge Shootings Investigated As Racially Motivated: Police
Authorities have arrested a person of interest in the deaths of two Louisiana men.
84-Year-Old Woman Found Strangled In Senior Complex
"I just hope they find this guy so I can kill him," her son said.
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New Orleans Advocate Newspaper Releases Shameful Attack On Community Leader
Journalist, TV and film producer, author of the books Floodlin...
Several days a week, columnist James Gill exemplifies the mediocre writing, faulty arguments, and ignorance of basic facts
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Truck Slams Into Mardi Gras Parade Crowd In New Orleans, Injuring Dozens
Police said the driver was "highly intoxicated."
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Renee Zellweger Hasn't Ruled Out A Same-Sex 'Bridget Jones' Romance
Curtis M. Wong
She also recalled the time her gay pal was mistaken for a boyfriend.
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Meryl Streep Opens Up About The Queer People Who Changed Her Life
Curtis M. Wong
The Oscar-winning star credits two LGBT people for their indelible influence on her career.
Homophobes and Transphobes Are Destroying America
Global Health Advocate Focused on Reducing the Impact of Infec...
In the course of a day, nearly all LGBTQIA people in this country must be aware that their identity and even their sole existence may endanger their personal safety.
Killing Queers in Indiana
J. Patrick Redmond
Author of 'Some Go Hungry'
In 1986 Robbie Palmer was murdered in rural Indiana, his body dumped in a farm field drainage ditch, left there to rot, a carcass for the turtles and wildlife to eat. His murder took place long before anyone knew the name Matthew Shepard.
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Clinton's Statement on LGBT Rights Shows Her Trust in the Decency of Americans
non-profit consultant, public speaker and political analyst
With this policy statement Hillary Clinton has made a commitment to continue to fight for equality and use the power of the Presidency to accomplish that goal. She is also putting her belief on the line that the American people will join her in that effort.
Has the World Finally Caught Up With Madonna?
Four-Time Author, Longtime Writer, Actor, and Pug Lover
It's not always easy being a Madonna fan. Her occasional slip-ups notwithstanding -- even I cringe at the opening lines to
's "S.E.X." -- the real challenge is listening to and reading the criticism that's been riding the Queen of Pop's coattails for 30 years.
'Out 100' Responses Are Telling and Useful
David Michael Conner
Health, entertainment and LGBT writer
Of course, newsstand magazines can be expected to put attractive -- impossibly attractive, computer-altered -- models on the cover. But with reader reactions being what they are, maybe it's time to reconsider how our community is framing itself.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T and Why Queers Don't Quite Have It Yet
Two-Spirit Intersex and Transgender Advocate
Marches now seem like a distant memory, replaced by fabulous and colorful processions parading through mainly business districts and streets. They are corporate sponsored, very straight-friendly and largely white.
Print Magazine Covers Tell The Most Powerful Stories Of 2014
Though 2014 proved to be another troubling year for the print industry, Americans remained as transfixed by magazine covers
Winning the Right to .GAY: a Global Call to Action
Former Editor in Chief of The Advocate, is Founder and Preside...
Within the next two weeks, the governing body of the Internet will rule on who gets to operate the new domain .GAY. I'm concerned that this decision is about to go badly for LGBT people.
After a Man Is Set Ablaze, a Community Comes Together
Victor Feraru, J.D.
Law Clerk and Author of the upcoming autobiography 'Victor's L...
This hero nearly lost his life serving his country, and that should have been enough. Instead he sits in intensive care after having been set ablaze in a downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, hotel room. His condition is listed as critical.
The Advocate Names Vladimir Putin 'Person of the Year'
In the piece, Lybarger connects Putin's youth experience as a KGB officer to his political personality. "Driving the governmental
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