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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

regionalnews Married Cherokee lesbian couple fight another lawsuit Challenge filed by tribal court administrator marks third time for Judicial Appeals Tribunal to review couple's marriage license Associated Press Dawn McKinley, left, and Kathy Reynolds, right, talk to reporters outside the Cherokee Tribal courthouse in Tahlequah, Okla., where justices heard arguments last August in a case involving the lesbian couple's effort to have the tribe recog- nize their union. TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — For the third time, a challenge has been filed against a lesbian couple whose marriage certificate was issued by the Cherokee Nation. Tribal court administrator Lisa Fields filed a petition for declaratory judgment from the tribe's Judicial Appeals Tribunal. The tribunal hasn't set a hearing, but the cou- ple's lawyer said she will file a motion to dismiss the petition next week. Fields' suit is the third to be brought before the tribunal challenging the marriage of tribal citi- zens Kathy E. Reynold...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

Gay teenager files suit against Oklahoma school district Student attacked by classmate in cafeteria claims high school failed to provide a safe environment; lawsuit seeks $10,000 in damages Associated Press GRO VEj Okla. —A Wyandotte teenager who alleges he was attacked by a fellow student because he is gay has filed a tort claim against the Grove school district. The district of about 2,300 students failed to provide a safe environment for Michale D. Bullis, thereby creating a hostile climate that led to his assault, his attorney, Erik Johnson, alleges. Bullis was injured in an attack by another stu- dent Nov. 8 in the Grove High School cafeteria, the claim alleges. The student said he attacked Bullis because he is gay, according to the claim, which seeks $10,000 in damages. Bullis, a National Honor Society student, alleges the attack was part of "systematic harass- ment and bullying" which resulted in his transfer to the Grove Alternative School. Tom Steen, superintendent, said Ma...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

rying the couples from Rochester, jJ.Y, and Guerneville, Robert Conover, the regional body's stated clerk, said on March 3 that it was too soon to say whether the presbytery's leadership would vote to appeal the commission's ruling. Many local Presbyterians, conservative and liberal alike, complained about the cost of the trial. The verdict came after six hours of delibera- tions and a day and a half of proceedings in the auditorium of a church in Santa Rosa that drew a crowd that often seemed to side with Spahr. Earlier on March 3, a church prosecutor said during closing arguments that Spahr had other options for expressing her religious views besides flouting church law, including lobbying Presbyterian leaders to reverse their stance reserving marriage for a man and a woman. Instead, Spahr invoked her understanding of Jesus' teachings as justification for performing the weddings in 2004 and 2005, prosecutor Stephen Taber said. "She can be here in this community and hold her consci...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

for American Progress as senior vice president of external affairs. The center is a nonpartisan institute for research and education on pro- gressive ideals. Stachelberg spent 11 years with the Human Rights Campaign, a Washington-based GLBT rights organization, most recently as vice pres- ident of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. Prior to her promotion in February 2005, Stachelberg was political director for the organization. In her new position with the Center for American Progress, Stachelberg will work to promote progressive policies among elected officials at the local, state and federal levels, according to a written statement released this week. John Podesta, president and CEO of the center, said having Stachelberg on staff will allow the organization to "reach out to a much broader audience with our progressive mes- sage of innovation and collaboration." Tom Waddell Award nominations open; award will be presented at Gay Games The Chicago Gay Games VII opening ceremo- ny ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

Winner of the PulitzebPrize and Tony Award! I t Ml My Own Wife nationalnews A TRUE STORY OF SIX DECADES, TWO WARS, AND ONE MAN IN A DRESS, By DOUG WRIGHT Directed by DAVID KENNEDY Starring DAMIEN ATKINS March 1 - 26, 2006 Let yourself go. www. d a 11 ast h eate rce nte r. org DALLAS THEATER CENTER DON'T MISS THESE OPPORTUNITIES TO MEET CELEBRATED PLAYWRIGHT DOUG WRIGHT: DOUG WRIGHT BOOK SIGNING MARCH 11, 2006 ® 2:00PM • WEST VILLAGE BORDERS • 3600 MCKINNEY AVENUE, DALLAS, TX 75204 IN PERSPECTIVE DOUG WRIGHT SPEAKS ON I AM MY OWN WIFE MARCH 12, 2006, IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE 2:00PM MATINEE KALITA HUMPHREYS THEATER • FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 214.522.8499 Tickets also available at www.tickets.com EXECUTIVE PRODUCING PARTNER , fund for the encouragement of informed risk taking KALITA HUMPHREYS THEATER 3636 TURTLE CREEK BLVD @ BLACKBURN ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■id to to to to FEATURING MONDAY NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA The Chefs at Tijuana Bar & Grill have come up with an incredible Monday Night Sp...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

Once Daily REYATAZ® (atazanavir sulfate) '/it Individual results may vary. \ Ask your doctor how REYATAZ, in HIV combination therapy, can help you fight HIV your way. INDICATION: Reyataz (atazanavir sulfate) is a prescription medicine used in combination with other medicines to treat people who are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Reyataz has been studied in 48-week trials in both patients who have taken or have never taken anti-HIV medicines. Reyataz does not cure HIV or help prevent passing HIV to others. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: Do not take Reyataz if you are taking the following medicines: ergot medicines, Versed", Halcion®, Orap Propulsid", Camptosar", Crixivan*, Mevacor", Zocor", rifampin, St. John's wort, AcipHex", Nexium*, Prevacid", Prilosec* or Protonix". Do not use Viagra", Levitra, Cialis®, Vfend", Advair", Flonase , or Flovent " while you are taking Reyataz without first speaking with your healthcare provider. This list of medicines is not comp...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

IjLONLY PATIENT INFORMATION REYATAZ® (RAY-ah-taz) (generic name = atazanavir sulfate) Capsules ALERT: Find out about medicines that should NOT be taken with REYATAZ. Read the section "What impor- tant information should I know about taking REYATAZ with other medicines?" Read the Patient Information that comes with REYATAZ before you start using it and each time you get a refill. There may be new information. This leaflet provides a summary about REYATAZ and does not include everything there is to know about your medicine. This information does not take the place of talking with your healthcare provider about your medical condition or treatment. What is REYATAZ? REYATAZ is a prescription medicine used with other anti-HIV medicines to treat people who are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). HIV is the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). REYATAZ is a type of anti-HIV medicine called a protease inhibitor. HIV infection destroys CD4+ (T) cells,...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

inalnews WORLD BRIEFS By Rex Wockner Moscow mayor sticks with threat to ban gay rights parade in May Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov repeated his promise to ban the city's first gay-pride parade in May. Speaking in Berlin Feb. 22 at a press confer- ence with the mayors of Paris, London and Berlin, Luzhkov said he is "against such a phe- nomenon in life" and that the parade would pro- voke society. "I will not permit such parades," he said, according to Interfax. "My philosophy is my neg- ative attitude to these phenomena, as I believe them to be unnatural to the human nature, though I try to be tolerant to whatever develops in human society." Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe and Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit are both gay. On Feb. 27, Human Rights Watch denounced Luzhkov's statements, calling them "a threat to civil liberties and civil society." On March 2, gay groups picketed outside Russian government buildings in London, Paris, Stockholm, Vienna and Warsaw. In Warsaw, about 20 protesters put ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

Group at Otago University said. Of the 183 new cases diagnosed, 89 were from homosexual sex [up 19 percent on 2004], and 73 [35 men and 38 women] were infected through heterosexual contact, the group said. Six new sufferers were children diagnosed with HIV through mother-to-child transmission. The causes of the 15 remaining new cases were classified as "unknown." Nationwide some 1,850 people have been diagnosed with HIV and up to another 900 are believed to be living with the disease but not yet diagnosed, AIDS Foundation spokesman Steve Attwood told The Associated Press. COBURN Continued from Page 1 "This program is critical to meeting the needs of more than a half-million Americans living with HIV and AIDS and must be renewed and updated," Coburn said when he introduced the legislation. "The fact that it hasn't is a national shame." Because Coburn doesn't serve on the commit- tee responsible for the Ryan White act, chances for his measure are uncertain. Committee staff members hav...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

Eugene Tseng, D.D.S Our Office Has Moved news 4323 Lemmon Ave. Oallas, TX 75219 214-855-0789 airdresser^ Look No Further! Case m S ION rt4.^o. Continued from Previous Page ment opportunity bill," Cobum said. "It is sup- posed to be a bill that solves people's problems that are infected with HIV." "The patient should come first," he added. Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, said he applauded the introduction of Coburn's measure, and appeared to agree that more money should go to fund med- ical services. "The revolution in treatment of HIV that took place 10 years ago made it a treatable disease," he said, referring to the introduction of protease inhibitors. But Weinstein said the CARE Act has not been changed to reflect that advancement. The measure would have a major effect on large cities where the epidemic first caught hold. Under Coburn's legislation, the city of San Francisco would lose about $7.5 million a year. "In talking with the Senator's staff...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

Eastridge Park Christian Church, 2701 N. Town East Blvd., Mesquite, 214-321-2504; Gay/Lesbian Overeaters Anonymous, 7 p.m., Celebration Community Church, 908 Pennsylvania, Fort Worth, 817-847-9648. Tuesday Continued Care Support Group for any GLBT person who has been in a substance abuse treatment center or psychiatric hospital in the past year, 6-8 p.m., Pride Institute of Texas, call Jay Lewis at 214-207-5903; Immunocise, Gay and Lesbian Community Center, 11 a.m., call 214-521-5124; Lesbian Group, 7 p.m. at Wellness in the Parks Counseling Center, 5217 McKinney, call 214-521-9019; Recovery Substance Abuse Group, 10 a.m., AIDS Services of Dallas, 800 N. Lancaster, call 214- 941-0523; Couples Supporting Couples group for HIV-positive male couples, 7 p.m., St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal Church, 6525 Inwood, call 214-559-4899; Gay & Lesbian Group, 7:30 p.m., Counseling Institute of Irving, 1300 Walnut Hill #200, call 972-380- 7320; HIV-Positive Support Group, semi- monthly, 6-8 ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

Making a case for civil unions It's not a question of riding in the back of the bus, right now the bus doesn't even stop for same-sex couples Over the past decade most of us have argued for gay marriage without bothering to weigh the competing merits of "civil unions." For the most part, our arguments have focused on why, as the subtitle of Jonathan Rauch's definitive book "Gay Marriage" puts it, it is "Good for Gays, Good for Straights, and Good for America." We should keep making those arguments. But it is clear that in all but a handful of coastal states, gay marriage is not going to happen in the near future. The idea is too new for many people to be comfortable with. Gay advocates have too few resources to mount an effective campaign to counter the onslaught by evangelicals. Legislators with an eye cocked toward the next election are not interested. Most conservatives are adamantly hostile, and most liberals, even if they favor gay marriage, are only quietly sup- portive. Only ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

life+styletube Here! s queer Charlie David jump-starts career as the only out actor on 'Dante's Cove.' In doing so, some opportunities overlook the handsome young actor, But new doors are swinging wide open CHARLIE DOES DALLAS: On Saturday, David attends a screening of "Summer Storm" at the Regent Highland Park Cinema, followed by a reception atJR.'s By Daniel A. Kusner Life+Style Editor It's Monday, the day after "Crash" won an Oscar for best picture. Texas scribe Larry McMurtry has been quoted saying that America just wasn't ready for cowboys to be gay. A lot of us are still processing that fact that Felicity Huffman and Dolly Parton went home empty-handed, and that "Brokeback Mountain" didn't enjoy a true Hollywood ending. But 25-year-old actor Charlie David isn't fazed. "Fine, had 'Brokeback' won, the taste this morning may have been a little sweeter. But I find the outcome encouraging," David says from his apartment in Vancouver. "It just means we're not done yet. We couldn't s...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

The Lost Impressionist Have you found him yet? ■'m- -W- ' M .'• > • .. / mm m./ SV.Fi iii ilt11 Timi liPlPP^ T«iBxb^GHHK3Fr? •iaUC- • .is! Si Kimbell Art Museum 3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard Fort Worth, Texas 76107 817-332-8451 AmericanAirlines" Star-Telegram What do ffio want to know? AS Gauguin and Impressionism Through March 26,2006 What you don't know about Paul Gauguin could fill a museum. Not only was he an Impressionist, but a brilliant one at that. Guided by his close friends Pissarro and Cezanne, he created amazing paintings and sculptures before he ever set foot in Tahiti. Don't miss this first-ever retrospective of Gauguin's early career at the Kimbell Art Museum—its only American venue. For tickets, visitTheLostImpressionist.com or callTicketmaster at 817-467-ARTS or 214-631-ARTS. Gauguin and bnpnssumism has been organized by die Kimbell Art Museum and Ordrupgaard, Copenhagen.The exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humaniti...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 10 March 2006

life+styledining Everybody knows your name Vv'ith its home-style food and funky vibe, Loretta's was made for Oak Cliff By Arnold Wayne Jones Staff Writer You can tell a lot about the style of food at Loretta's just by observing how the employees interact with the customers. "Take a seat, sweetie," the bartender calls as soon as a diner walks through the front door. When another couple is seen fumbling around their booth, trying to find an electrical outlet where they can plug in a laptop (Loretta's offers free Wi-Fi), a waitress offers to get them an extension cord from the back. Extension cords clearly are not on the daily REPORT CARD Loretta's, 1001 W.Jefferson St.214-948- 1424. Food: B Fare is simple and wholesome, but with a few twists that pleasantly surprise. Atmosphere: B+ Totally funky, totaIly su ited to Winnetka HeIghts and the Oak Cliff vibe. Service: B- The staff is warm and familiar, if not lightning fast. Price: Inexpensive Most items are under $10. specials menu, but ...

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