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Date     Title
Jan '10   
Gay media empire crumbles

By: Jim Baxter
   
After demise of respected publications, many question future of gay media
Jan '10   
Squeezing out a profit

By: Jonathan Vatner
   
With lots of hard work,Eyal Feldman has turned a back-room joke into a money-making company
Jan '10   
Fun on (and off) the slopes

By: Troy Petenbrink
   
Craving the powder? Here's the lowdown on eight of the world's best gay skiing and snowboarding events
Jan '10   
Atlanta sued over 'illegal' bar raid

By: Joseph Erbentraut
   
Eagle customers who were 'forcibly searched and detained' file lawsuit against police chief, officers.
Jan '10   
Website to out closeted gay priests

By: Joseph Erbentraut
   
The Catholic Church's financial support of anti-gay initiatives like California's Proposition 8 and Maine's Question 1 is far from a secret. These are only two of the most recent examples of the church's hypocrisy on gay issues, according to activists.
Jan '10   
South of the Border

By: Mark Sullivan
   
Puerto Vallarta is on everyone's list, but that's just the beginning of the must-see gay destinations in Mexico
Dec '09   
Ex-gay group says libraries refuse books

By: Joseph Erbentraut
   
When conservative groups address the issue of gay-themed books in school libraries, they often advocate for their removal from the shelves. But that is not the case with a Chicago-based organization.
Dec '09   
What went wrong in Maine?

By: Joseph Erbentraut
   
After another defeat for same-sex marriage, activists reevaluate their tactics.
Dec '09   
Activists: no donations for Obama, Dems

   
A coalition of activists is urging gays not to contribute to the campaign coffers of President Barack Obama until he fulfills his promise to push through pro-gay legislation.
Dec '09   
Off the beaten path

By: Michael K Lavers
   
When day-trippers descend upon the streets of Key West, it's time to do as the locals do and find a quiet spot
Dec '09   
Exploring Israel

By: Matt Mills
   
For all its conflict and contradiction, the country remains a bastion of gay liberation in the Middle East
Dec '09   
A man's own story

By: Wayne Hoffman
   
Author Edmund White relives his early struggles in city boy
Dec '09   
Fighting for the rights to 'gay'

By: John Rambow
   
High-rech rivals are promising riches for organizations from new domain.
Nov '09   
Healing and touch

By: Jonathan Vatner
   
Massage groups for gay men focus on a different kind of sexual tension
Nov '09   
Iran behind closed doors

By: Kaj Hasselriis
   
There's plenty of gay life in this Islamic republic, but you have to know where to look
Nov '09   
Raids 'turn back the clock'

By: Robert David Sullivan
   
Some see series of arrests as the beginning of a backlash against gays

Nov '09   
Unions throw weight behind anti-bias bill

By: Michael K Lavers
   
As the debate over the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act continues on Capitol Hill, organized labor signed on as one of the bill's strongest backers.
Nov '09   
Thousands march on capital

   
Mostly young crowd calls on Washington to pass languishing legislation
Nov '09   
Ports of Call

By: Michael Stallings
   
They all have sun and sand, but all Caribbean destinations are not created equal. Here's the scoop on the most gay-friendly islands
Oct '09   
Bored with Berlin? Blase about Bangkok?

By: John Rambow
   
Their more famous neighbors might get all the press, but these cities have everything it takes to be major gay destinations. We're confident they'll soon be on everyone's must-see list, but for the time being they're waiting to be discovered.
Oct '09   
Mind and body

By: Michael Amico
   
When it comes to HIV prevention, Charles Stephens leads the charge
Oct '09   
Thousands march on DC

   
Thousands of gay people marched on October 12 down the broad avenues of the nation’s capital, calling for “full equality in all 50 states.”
Oct '09   
Gay groups locked in head-to-head fight

By: Michael K Lavers
   
In trying to repeal the anti-gay Proposition 8, California activists are locked in a heated debate over a possible timeline.
Oct '09   
Battleground for marriage is now Maine

By: Michael K Lavers
   
As activists in California continue to strategize ways to repeal Proposition 8, Maine has emerged as the latest battleground in the fight over marriage for same-sex couples.
Oct '09   
"They want us exterminated"

By: Mark Sullivan
   
Watchdog group's report finds "untold" number of Iraqi gays being killed
Oct '09   
Virtual activists

By: Jay Blotcher
   
For better and for worse, new social media has revolutionized gay and lesbian activism
Oct '09   
Life is a cabaret

By: Mircea Ticudean
   
Vaclav Glazar brings to life the "old songs" that used to be heard all around Prague
Sep '09   
Honduras: Activists arrested in wake of coup

   
Several gay and lesbian activists have been arrested in the weeks since the president of Honduras was expelled from the country during a military coup.
Sep '09   
Canada: Festival left holding the bag

   
Just days before the festival was due to begin, organizers of Montreal's Divers/Cite had to scale back the immensely popular annual gay celebration.
Sep '09    Ten Things to Do Between Now and the National Equality March

   
San Francisco, CA, September 14 -- Activists from all over the country are preparing for the National Equality March (NEM) in Washington D.C. on October 11, and momentum is growing.  Events are now taking place in every state for a national call to action to support full equality for LGBT people in all matters governed by civil law in the United States.   Whether you plan to travel to the March or not, activists are still encouraged to participate in other meaningful ways.  The following are ten things that anyone can do in advance of the NEM:

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