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A&U - America's AIDS Magazine. Arts & Understanding, The International Magazine of Literature and Art about AIDS, 6/03: My Big Fat Greek Wedding's Lainie Kazan Will Not Sit by and Watch. World Weary: A new HBO documentary maps the pandemic. Last Shot: Has AIDSVAX run out of steam? New and Approved: HIVers with herpes get a treatment boost. 6/02: Mapping Genes: The world of drug-resistance testing. North America: A new cinemax documentary questions faith in tragic times. Europe: The Sound of Music's Charmian Carr sings along for the fight against AIDS. Africa: HIV-Positive artists break the silence. Caribbean: Patricia Nell Warren on fiscal crimes. Exclusive Interview: Danny Glover imagines a sustainable world. 5/02: Eve Raps It Up. The Lowdown on Lipoatrophy: Is it only skin-deep? A Shot in the Dark: Patricia Nell Warren asks how family values will affect U.S. vaccine trials. Open Up and Say "Ahhh" Danny Gale's guide to making your doctor work for you. Lipo Sucks! Eating right? Hitting the gym. They might do the trick. Plus at the Movies with Sasha Alexander and Eric Saperston. 4/02: Girls Just Want to Have Fun: Film director Meng Ong serves up HIV, loss & love in Miss Wonton. Get Down Tonight: Lesbians, they get HIV too. Don't You Forget About Me: Aaron Krach unlocks an AIDS diary. Exclusive Interview: Scott Evertz: Who says a Republican AIDS Czar can't care about AIDS? Thinking Outside the (Pill) Box): Novel HIV drugs in the works. 3/02: Queer as Folk: Showtime's breakthrough drama brings HIV/AIDS into your living room - are you ready? Alicon Arngrim: From prairie to prevention. Yesterday: Patricia Nell Warrn reviews HIV's latest history. Today: What's new on the treatment calendar for co-infections? Tomorrow: Thomas Somerville canvasses for the future of AIDS art. 2/02: What Makes Ric Munoz Run: With over 100 races under his belt, this marathoner trains for the long-distance challenge of HIV. Tomorrow's HIV Drugs: Pipeline or pipe dreams? Lynch Mob: Patricia Nell Warren Loosens the noose on AIDS activism. Brain Fog: Aaron Krach cuts through the muddle-headed media. Sex and the Country: Texas photographer Gary Don Ford shoots erotica in the age of AIDS. 1/02: Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Amber Benson Puts a Spell on AIDS. Getting On-Line: Support, outreach & treatment access on the web. Going Dutch: AIDS prevention & treatment in Holland. 12/01: AIDS is No Laughing Matter to Legendary Comedian Phyllis Diller. The Giving Issue: Grantmakers and Grantseekers: Corporate America, funders concerned about AIDS and AIDS Theatre Project respond to the funding crisis. Painter and Physician: Dr. Michael J. Scolaro on the Art of Giving. Coretta Scott King Takes the Lead on AIDS. 11/01: Dr. Mathilde Krim: Takes risks so you don't have to. Going Global: The Year 2001 in Review. WTC & HIV: Patricia Nell Warren, Aaron Krach, and Danny Gale on What the Bombings Mean for AIDS. 10/01: Jamie Lee Curtis: 100 megawatts of gusto. Rethinking Delavirdine.+ Poppy Z. Brite on Horror & HIV. Special Report: A new therapeutic vaccine candidate takes its first steps in Australia. Plus: A primer on Vaccine Basics. Follow the Money: Patricia Nell Warren investigates AIDS pork. Mysterious Benevolence: Aaron Krach on what AIDS gives back. 9/01: Nell Carter: Takes on her most challenging role ever. AIDS in Germany. Writer James Earl Hardy on Eazy-E. Special Report: Hepatitis C and HIV Co-infection - Awareness, support, and treatment advocacy.. Heroic Convergence: Krach on the U.N.'s commitment to HIV/AIDS. 8/01: Judy Chicago: AIDS, art, feminism. Deepak Chopra: Mind, body & soul. Alternative Meds: New questions at the post-cocktail crossroads. Buyers' Club AIDS Treatment Initiatives: Access, advocacy, advice. 7/01: Liz Smith: Two decades of inking out AIDS. We Love Lucie Arnaz. Heartland Photo Album. Songs of Crisis & Hope: Jon Bailey looks back on the gay men's chorus of Los Angeles. HIV & Depression: Krach & Zimbardi have a few knockout ideas to fight the blues. 6/01: AIDS in Cambodia: The new killing fields. HIV & Your GI Tract. Rudy Galindo is lacing up for a new routine. Patricia Nell Warren on the rising cost of civil disobedience. HIV/AIDS Social Worker Paul Gallotta Shares His Diary on Coping. Tony Kushner on Angels Then and Now. 5/01: Drain of Compassion: Have daytime soaps forgotten about AIDS? Activist Jeff Getty: It's nuts not to fight. School Shootings: Patricia Nell Warren on Youth, Violence and AIDS. Hypogonadism and HIV: Dr. Roger D. Anderson on raising low testosterone levels. Pus R.D. Simmerman and ER's Erik Palladino. Heather Tom: The Young and the Restless. Catherine Hickland: One Life to Live. Eva Tamargo Lemus: Passions. Galen Cering: Passions. 4/01: Why Reba McEntire Won't Relax. Politician Xavier Becerra is Running for Your Life. Bailey House: For PWAs the future starts with a place to live. HIV Q&A: Dr. Roger D. Anderson answers your treatment FAOs Plus Brad Gooch and Soul Food's Vanessa Williams. 1/01: Special Anniversary Issue: 10 years of fighting AIDS. A&U looks back over the last ten years of the AIDS crisis. Exclusive! Maya Angelous won't stop talking about AIDS. Picture This: A&Us Gallery presents a survey of AIDS art - past and present. Queer Company: Showtime's latest show takes on every aspect of gay life...except one. 12/00: Free Soul Jon Secada: Raises AIDS awareness among Latino youth. Special Report: Turning around AIDS in Thailand. Stop the Insanity: Ruben interrupts the latest treatment theories. Going Coconuts: Milking nutritional benefits from the age-old coconut. 10/00: AIDS Nation: The Reverend Jesse L. Jackson takes the grass-roots approach to prevention, testing and cure. Positive Leadership: HIV + Senator Tom Duane. Exclusives: Amber Hollibaugh & Edward Lucie-Smith. 9/00: Margaret Cho: Packs a punch(line) in the fight against AIDS. Back to School: HIV education in NYC. Seeing the Future: Where is the global AIDS crisis going? Weird Science: Patricia Nell Warren takes the Durban Declaration to task. 8/00: Kevin Bacon: Making AIDS Visible. Cocktail Culture: Novelist Sarah Schulman charts fresh territory in the Age of Protease. Constant Questions: Nicholas Regush and the virus within. Body Politic: The gospel according to Ruben. 7/00: AIDS Dissidents:A&U explores the AIDS underground with Christine Maggiore, Patricia Nell Warren, Thabo Mbeki, Bruce Mirken and more. Nate Mendel of the Foo Fighters joins the AIDS dissident movement. Going to Pot: The case for medical marijuana. 5/00: Now and Again's Dennis Haysbert. Is a man with a message: Get Tested! Get Treated!. Lifeguide: Researchers reexamine the risks of oral sex. Left Field: Sentenced for life=sentenced to death. The Third Wave: The AIDS epidemic reaches eastern Europe. Porn Again: Porn star Cole Tucker survives controversy to deliver a positive message. 4/00: Shirley MacLaine talks about AIDS on her own terms. Has the Millennium March forgotten AIDS? Comdom Lady: Cherie Magnus is on a mission to empower women through latex. AIDS Heretics: Patricia Nell Warren explores alternative theories to HIV. Fighting the Silence: Old prejudices keep the world of pro boxing silent about AIDS. Lifeguide: Getting it Up: Dr. Anderson takes on some hard questions about HIV & ED. 3/00: Looking Back: Raymond A. Smith Asks "What If?" Sally Jessy Raphael: America's talk show queen keeps AIDS in the public eye. Silence=Death: Patricia Nell Warren wants you to speak out about "AIDS crimes". Adherence Test: The Latino community faces new problems in the fight against AIDS. Lifeguide: Hep Cat: Everything you wanted to know about hepatitis but were afriad to ask. 2/00: Special Report: AIDS in Costa Rica. AIDS Czar Sandra Thurman: Fighting for all of us. Dementia: Patricia Nell Warren separates fact from fiction. Sex Symbol: David DeLuise takes on safe sex and parenting. Lifeguide: Mixing Cocktails: Roger Anderson gives us the ins and outs of combining protease inhibitors. 1/00: Law & Order's Jesse L. Martin and Friends in Deed's Cynthia O'Neal Team Up to Fight AIDS. Patient Zero: A&Es millennium mishap. Food for Thought: Project Angel Food cooks up a storm for people with AIDS. Lifeguide: HIV & Hep C. Managing two viruses the natural way, Plus: K.O. KS New treatment options for Kaposi's sarcoma. 12/99: Listen Up! David Cassidy has a thing or two to say about HIV in the next millennim. East Meets West: Dr. Tom Baholyodhin brings eastern values to western medicine. Mediawatch: NYC's Mayor Giuliani tries to censor AIDS art at the Brooklyn Museum. Lorna Luft gets geared up for the AIDS Ride. "The Minority AIDS project saved my life." Reverend Elder Alfreda Lanoiz has a plan for the black community. 11/99: Felice Picano Tells the Truth about HIV. Plus an enclusive excerpt from his novel, The Book of Life. Provoking the Provoker: Antonio Le Mons wants to get the African-American community talking about HIV. Show Me the Money: Positive moneyman Tom Swift gets serious about finances. Lifeguide: an we rebuild a damaged immune system? Delightful, Delicious Lea DeLaria: gets in your face about AIDS. Introducing the news that you can use...NewsBreak. 10/99: Mary-Louise Parker: After the death of friend and mentor Norman Rene remains committed to the AIDS cause. Holy Modems! Sister Mary Elizabeth brings AIDS info to the Web. It's Not a Phase: HIV-positive actor Jim J. Bullock takes a shot at the stage. Lifeguide: The Morning After: A&U digs up the not-so-simple truth on postexposure prophylaxis. An axclusive excerpt from Bardo by Krandall Kruas. It's Not Secret: Asian-Americans fight AIDS. 9/99: San Francisco's Willie Brown America's AIDS Mayor Takes Aim. Sex Ed: Former call girl Norma Jean Almodovar organizes sex workers against HIV. Lifeguide: The Skinny on Fat: Researchers struggle to find a cause for lipodystrophy. To Russia with Love: How the AIDS crisis is being felt in the Russian Federation. Plus: Tips for HIV+ travelers bound for Russia. Legal Aids: Know your rights as a positive parent. 7/99: In his latest novel, The Coming of the Night, John Rechy asks the question: Would you die for sex? Dollars & Sense: David Landay's financial advice for living with HIV. Filmmaker Bernard Salzman made the perfect AIDS crossover movie. So, why haven't you seen it? Philanthropist: Cynthia Palmer Gershman: Puts her money where her mouth is. Lifeguide: Making the Switch: Does changing a failing drug regimen really make sense? Looking Back; Setting the stage for AIDS. 6/99: Peter Hall: Seeing Shakrespeare in the age of AIDS. The Great British Response to AIDS. Microbes at the Movies: Exporing infectious film and video. Holding Secrets: Artist Robert Irwin turns his camera on AIDS. Paying Tribute: DIrector Elizabeth Sung creates a requiem for her brother. Plus Paula Martinac: Lucky to be alive. 3/99: The Bare Facts: Unsafe sex & reinfection. New Drama from William M. Hoffman, Rent's Daphne Rubin-Vega. Ross Bleckner: Scary Beauty. 1/99. Special Feature: The AIDS crisis in India. Avant-Garde Activists Catherine Gund & Ron Athey. Robert Hudson Rocks the Boat. Ismail Merchant Star of India. 12/98, 35 reasons why AIDS can't be over. Friend indeed-Mike Nichols on the Joys of Giving. Sisterwoman, The Embraceable Michael Lowenthal, Divine Design. David Waggoner, Editor, 25 Monroe St, # 205, Albany, NY 12210
The Advocate has been America's indispensable gay and lesbian news source since 1967. Published biweekly, the magazine informs and entertains with a unique blend of authoritative news, celebrity interviews, opinion, music and art reviews, and more. 10/9/01: The Coming Out Issue. Chad Allen: Out on his own. The young star of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman endured teen-idol mania and tabloid outings. Now he's taking control of his life and is ready to tell his hard-knock story. Charles Nelson Reilly. Hate crimes: On the scene in Colorado, on the agenda in Washington. Women's music leaves Michigan. 7/4/00: What if He Wins? What a George W. Bush presidency would mean for gays and lesbians. Exclusive interviews with friends and foes from Texas to Washington, D.C. His campaign spokesman on gay issues - a lesson in dodging the hard questions. Eminem's "faggot" baiting, Lesbian cheerleaders. Plus! The man behind those Gap ads. The passing of Paul Bartel and Sir John Gielgud. Gay business goes to Wall Street.
Alternative Family Magazine is a national bimonthly magazine for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered parents and their children. In addition to essays and photos depicting the lives of GLBT parents and their children, the magazine covers legal developments, reproductive issues, and social and behavioral matters. It features favorite recipes, book and video reviews, and a "Kids' Room" section where children can find coloring and games pages. Rounding
Anything That Moves: The magazine for the resurgent bisexual. (OOP) Spr 01: Touring Queer America. The Drama Club. To My Bisexual Brothers. Ollie Ollie Ox On Three. To My Bisexual Brothers. Fuck Your Nipple Alligators. Spr 00: The Buying of Queer Culture. Susie Bright's Erotic Manifesto. Party Like It's 1999. Creating Change Report. The Trouble with Being Bisexual. (8/$40) BARN, 2261 Market St #496, San Francisco, CA 94114 email@example.com or www.anythingthatmoves.com
Attitude, The Magazine for Real Men. 4/00: Queer as Soap. Take a dip with TV's sexiest gay character. James Carlton lathers up for the boys. Boys Don't Cry: Groundbreaking and heartbreaking: the gay film of 2000. People with Atittude: Kathleen Turner, Moloko, Sara Cox, MJ Cole, Ute Lemper, Jonathan Wilkes. Popstarz. Clare Rayner. Atonomic Kitten, Dorothy Dandridge, ManRay. 6/99: Porn Special: Porny Devil. Johan, Europe's biggest porn export speaks. Porn in the UK: Behind the scenes at a Brit skinflick. Joey Stefano: The tragic life of a porn legend. Sean Mathias, Jennifer Tilly, Rhythmes Digitales, Max Beesley, Heaven DJs, Macy Gray. (12/Newsstand) Adam Mattera, Editor, Northern & Shell PLC, Northern & Shell Tower, City Harbour, London E14 England firstname.lastname@example.org
Axiom: It's a lifestyle thing. 11/00: What's so good about living the Gay Lifestyle? It's the Party Season: Surviving the morning after the night before. Celeb Chat: TV chef Ben O'Donoghue plus The Awesome Duo Supergirly. www.axiomgay.com
Betraying Society. Psychiatric Fraud: Mental health care today. Big Business: At the expense of people's lives. Destroying Hope: For richer and poorer. The Quackery of Labels: Psychiatry's cash cows: DSM-IV/ICD-10. High Cost, No Cures: Society's failed & costly "science". Sex, Animals and Financial Waste. Business as Usual: Making money is child's play. Guns & Doses: Psychiatry creates senseless violence at society's cost. Fraud in the Ranks: Psychiatry's criminals. Catch Me if You Can. Merchants of Chaos: The ruin is everywhere! Help, Not Betrayal: Sane solutions for a troubled world. What You Can Do. Citizens Commission on Human Rights International, 6362 Hollywood Blvd, Ste B, Los Angeles, CA 90028 800.869.2247
@Chaps, Napa Valley (Gay/Bi-Sexual) Men's Network, 6/01: The Mythology of Transgression. 5/01: Homosexuuuality and the "Unnaturalness Argument". 4/01: I Understand the Trench Coat Mafia. Schools of Alienation. 3/01: Canadians Hate 'Hate Speech'. Social Justice, the Churches, and Homosexuality.2/01: Homosexuality: A plea for revision to satisfy an enlightened reason. Fantasies of Straight Men.1/01: The Lowell Lecture by Gore Vidal. 12/00: The Missing Fragment 11/00: Rimbaud & Verlaine. 10/00: The Last Acceptable Prejudice. Potluck Etiquette. Telling a Lie for Christ? 9/00: Social Change: Making enemies. AIDS Walk Napa Valaey, Art for Life: Face to Face/Sonoma County AIDS Network. 8/00: The Nude Male. 7/00: Frederick Steuben; 6/00: Bureaucracy & Homosexuality. 5/00: Theological Traditions & Homosexuality. 4/00: Wittgenstein. 3/00: Debating Faith & Sexuality. 2/00: Reinventing Marraige. (12/$15), PO Box 4049, Napa, CA 94558 www.nvmn.org and email@example.com
Genre, The gay men's magazine for the millennium, covers fashion, travel, and lifestyle issues for affluent gay men. It focuses on people and stories that are overlooked by the general media and by some other gay publications. Genre highlights the concerns and experiences that enrich the lives of its readers, reflects the growing diversity and interests of the gay community, and intends to be the ultimate lifestyle resource for gay men. 10/01: The Sex Issue: Can you handle it? Sex Survey Results are In! 10 Tips on How to Handle a Lover. Born for Porn: Jeff Palmer inches towards success. Truth Unwrapped: The controversy of unprotected sex. Pros & Cons of Erotica: Should you watch or not? From Chunk to Hunk: One man's sexy job change. Leather Lust: Fashion plays hide and seek. 6/00: 18 Men French Kissing in the USA. 21 Hot Spots: The monks guide to gay America. Love for Sale: Internet matchmaking. And: Andrew Holleran, Felice Picano, Caroline Myss, Amy Sedaris. 5/99: Men we love. John Schlesinger talks to Rupert Everett. The conversion chronicles: turning straight with hate. Home for the holidays with Christina Crawford. So you want to kill yourself. Kevin Koffler, Editor-in-chief, 7080 Hollywood Blvd, Ste 1104, Hollywood, CA 90028 www.genremagazine.com
Girl Talk. An on-line transgender magazine promoting "Get dressed, get out, be safe and have fun!" girltalkmag.com
Hero. The magazine for the rest of us. (May be OOP) No. 16: The Truth About Gay Cruises. Heroes: Bernard Cooper, Lea Delaria, Greg Nimer. Super Fit: Whole body training for everyone! Bachelor Party. What's Cool. Hot Cars. Cook Like a Pro. Sexy Swinsuits for Summer. How to Be a Better Lover. Pick a Wine. Get Out of Debt. Retire Rich & More. 6-7/00: An American Family. Megan Mullally: Will & Grace's Funny Girl can Sing! Australia: Why you should go - now! Couples who Compete: Are you one of them? Hot Fun in the Summertime. Vol 1 No 5: Guys in Love: How they make their romance rock. Look 10 Years Younger. Relax Now! 40 ways to chill out. Party of One: How to find your boyfriend within. Plus Stanley Kubrick Fisher, Linda Eder, Cheap NY Bachelor Party, More! (6/$24-Newsstand) Hero Magazine, 8581 Santa Monica Blvd 4430, West Hollywood, CA 9006 www.heromag.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
HRC: Political news for gay and lesbian America. Spr 02: Campaign 2002: What the future holds. Prepping Young Activists. Endorsing Equality. Rooting Out Hate. Win01: Focus on Our Families. Helping Sept 11 Survivors. State Bills Roundup. Workplace Update. Fall/01: The Breadth of Our Work. Real-Life Advice on Coming Out. Salvation Army Debacle. ENDA Reintroduced. Counting Our Famlies. Fueling Discrimination. Halting Helms. Our Bodies, Our Health. The Bush Administration's Benign Neglect. To Be Gay in Helms Country. Win/00: Gay Vote 2000. Workplace Trends. "Ex-gay Fallout. Grassroots Activism. (4/$35 membership) www.hrc.org or 800..727.4723
Joey. Coming Out is Just the Beginning. Sum 00: I'm Gay! Get over it!! Out teens redefine sterotypes. Jar Jar and Ken: How homo are they? Boys of Summer: Hot new photographers show off. X Marks the Spot: The new X-Men Movie. Jerry Dunn, Editor, Joey Magazine, LLS, 11901 Santa Monica Blvd, #598, Los Angeles, CA 90025. 888.550.JOEY or www.joeymag.com
Men in Touch Quarterly, (4/$10-20), PO Box 8110-2800, Blaine, WA 98231 Also available on line at http://www.intouch.bc.ca/pub/men.mail or mail to email@example.com (Winter, 98/99)
News Ink, California Men's Gathering. Spr 02: 43rd Gathering. Win01: Name That Logo. Upcoming CMG Events. 42nd CMG Tribute. CMG Audit. Finding My Way in No-Man's Land: Being gay and disabled. Spr/01: Definition of Menbership. Embracing the Child. 40th California Men's Gathering: Each by all the others held. www.thecmg.org or firstname.lastname@example.org or CMG, 7985 Santa Monica Blvd, #123, West Hollywood, CA 90046
Out, is a national gay and lesbian-interest magazine. Subjects include current affairs, popular culture, celebrities, fitness and financial advice. 10/01: Is There a Gay Generation Gap? Why Matthew Still Matters: Three years after his brutal killing, artists from Elton John to Shane Meier - star of the new TV movie The Matthew Shepard Story - offer inspired tributes. 131,313 Halloween Ideas from Elvira (OK-so we're exaggerating.) On the Road With Young Gay America. At Lat: A totally gay shopping mall. Best Lesbian Bars in Amsterdam. Lost Tweak-end: The Crystal Meth Blues. 7/00: The New Girls of Summer: Natasha Lyonne & Clea DuVall on Hollywood's fascination with gay teen themes, reparative therapy, their outrageous lesbian movie But I'm a Cheerleader - & Britney Spears. Boy George and his Amanda. Julie Borwn Tests the Taste Barrier. Selling Sex in Amsterdam. Boy Rockers Lock Lips. Plus Hot Guys Hit the Beach: Skimpiest swimwear, safest skin products, healthiest body image, kickiest cocktails, freshest travel tips.
@ Pacific Currents. Win/03: Pacific Center Initiates Cost Cutting. Counseling and You: Guide to counseling at Pacific Center. Win/02: The Victim. Fall 01: Stop the Love--Be a Victim. Volunteers are Key to Success. Sum 01: Two-Year Contract with the California Endowment. Loving Ourselves & Uniting Diversity (LOUD). Longing & Loving. Win/01: 'Odyssey' Youth house party big success. Fall/00: Youth Program on the Move. The HIV Prevention Program. Clinic Starts a New Year. Spr/00: Queer Youth Groups Growing Strong. Help Our Kids Be Terrific! (4/$10), Pacific Center for Human Growth, 2712 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley, CA 94705 (Sum 99)
POZ Magazine is for people living with HIV and dealing with HIV-related issues. Each monthly issue focuses on health and hope, offering supportive personal tales, news, medical reseaarch updates and in-depth interviews.
@ Q Spirit Newsletter, 3739 Balboa St #211, San Francisco, CA 94121 www.qspirit.org or QSpirit1@aol.com (Fall 99)
RFD: A Country Journal for Gay Men Everywhere. Win/02-03: Finding, Creating Shelter. Blythe House at WhoHa! IDA Palooza 2002. Many forms of shelter thru the eyes of an evolving child. The Erection at Amber Fox. Yurts are Great for Faerie Communities. Buying Land: Making it happen in the real world. Thoughts for Food. Spr 02: Recalling Forgotten Dreams. Written on the Road by Randaddy. Spirituality.: Making connections. First Sweat. Walking the walk. Finding the Redneck Within. Home to Mother, to Die, and be Reborn. How Elf Got Green Man's Cherry. My Journey to Nepal. Returning to the Scene of a Crime. Laparoscopic Fertility Ritual. Bear Essentials: Bear Spirit in community. Sewn Lips, Black Lace & Slinky Hips. Racoon River Homestead. The Lemon-Fresh Joy of Dishwashing. Win/01-02: War: RFD Goes to War. Report from Ground Zero. Goddess Dammit, Save Me from this Madness. Asking Hard Questions. Up on the Roof. As the Tower Comes Crashing Down. The Big Apple Pie. True Solidarity: Combating Hate in Prisons. Fall/01: David, Doyle & Chino: Three Photographic portraits. Between the Lines. A Light Shines and Jeremy Sparkles. Communions: Dinner for twelve. Do Something. Ten Years with Edgar Cayce. Poet as Toolmaker. Pansies Pedal 400 Miles to Subvert Status Quo.The Wild Garden. Sum 01: Men Connecting. Spr/01: A Photograph and Fiction Issue. Win00/01: The Sex and Spirituality Issue. Fall/00: Celebrating Our Elders. Sum/00: Celebrating Queer Communities. Spr/00: Celebrating Queer Communities. Culinary and Country. Spirituality. Fiction, Photography. Features. Networking. ($20/4) www.rfdmag.org PO Box 68, Liberty, TN 37095
The Slant: of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities of the bay area. 2/01: Will a Fox (John Ashcroft) Guard the Henhouse? Gay Parents Create Families Despit Oppostion.Dr Bombay debuts in "Outspoken Advice". Do only gay men know what women want? Lesbian Batterer Executed: But community is silent about her crimes. (12/Newsstand-Free) www.theslant.org
Take Action, Political news for gay and lesbian America. Sum 01: Laugh It Off. Building Equality. Gender Expression and Identity. A New Blueprint for Political Action. Hate Crimes. Focus on Capitol Hill: Partners in progress. Making Equality a Reality. (4/Free) Human Rights Campaign and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, 919 18th St, N.W., Ste 800, Washington, DC 20006. www.hrc.org or 800.777.HRC3
Tapestry: Transgender, Win/02: Special Nostalgia Issue. Ex-GI Becomes Blonde Beauty: Operations transform Bronx youth. Sex Change Now Possible, Say Docs. Where Do I Sign Up, Hundreds Ask. Sum/02: Jennifer Levi: Attorney for gender justice. Sylvia Rivera 1951-2017. Airport Security: After 9/11/01. A Transwoman's Vagina Monologue. Spr/02: Transsexual Inmate Issues. Intersex, Transgender, and English Law Reform. Transgenderism as Gift of the Holy Spirit. Workplace Conference Embraces Transgender Issues. Southern Comfort 2001. Win/01: Gender Transcendent Priests in South Sulawesi Indonesia. Making Peace with the Past. Transwoman in Heavy Metal. Aspects of Gender. Showdown with a Son. Gender, Identity Politics and Eating Our Own. Fall/01: IFGE 2001. Transbears. Safety in being different. Transgender spirituality and activisim. Zen and the Art of Identity. NTAC Lobby Days. Sum/01: No-Winn Situation. The Buck Stops at the Vatican: To Rome with Soulforce. Traversing Across the Genders. Dressing for Success. A Modest Proposal. Lakota Winkte. Spr/01: Southern Common 2000. We're from Genderpac: We're here to help you. Responses to Autogynephilia. Poetry. Day of Rememberance. The Children Speak. Out and Proud. Win/00: Be All 2000. The spiritual Side of Gender Journeying. Dealing with Deuteronomy. Out and Proud. Poetry. (4/$38) IFGE Subscriptions/Memebership, PO Box 540229, Waltham, MA 02454-0229 email@example.com
Task Force Report, The Quarterly Newsletter of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Fall/00: Creating Change at the Ballot Box and in Atlanta. Heterosexism and Aging GLBT People. The Needs of GLBT African Americans. Coalitions Move the Movement. Responding to Roanoke. Arizona Youth "Show" Up. GLBT Scholarship Applicants Sought. National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, 1700 Kalorama Road NW, Washington, DC 20009. www.ngltf.org
White Crane, A Journal exploring gay men's spirituality
James White Review, Gay Men's Literary, showcases short stories, excerpts from upcoming novels, poetry, essays, reviews, photography, and art by the nation's best established and emerging gay writers and artists. (4) Other recent issues include writing and art from Don Bachardy, Christopher Bram, Mark Doty, Robert Giard, Allen Gurganus, Christopher Isherwood, Wayne Koestenbaum, George Platt Lynes, Craig Lucas, David Plante, Paul Russell, Steven Saylor, and Edmund White. c/o Lambda Literary Foundation/JWR 59, PO Box 73910, Washington, DC 20056 www.lambdalit.org
XY Magazine, "Fills a gaping hole for young gay readers." 6/00: Blah. (12/$25 - Newsstand), 4104 24th St, #900, San Francisco, CA 94114 www.xy.com
Venus Magazine is chock-full of eye-opening articles about politics, academics, theater, fashion and the lifestyles of its target audience: affluent black gay and lesbians. Its purpose is to educate, inform and entertain.