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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

LOCAL MALIN ACKNOWLEDGES PAST AS ESCORT MASSACHUSETTS COURT DELAYS DECISION ON MARRIAGE VIEWPOINTS TRAVEL DANCE AUTO 1 \folCE LOCAL Precinct 5 Constable Mike Dupree accuses opponent of dirty politics. PAGE 6 REGIONAL The Rev. Jerry Falwell, a Baptist evangelist says he once approved of gay marriage. PAGE 16 VOLUME 22 I ISSUE 40 ESTABLISHED 1S84 dallasvoice.com- FEBRUARY I 17 I 2006 THE PREMIER SOURCE FOR GLBT DALLAS/FORT WORTH Gay Episcopal bishop admits to alcoholism Robinson enters treatment center after becoming concerned about growing dependence on alcohol By Anne Saunders Associated Press CONCORD, New Hampshire — The Episcopal Church's first openly gay bishop, V. Gene Robinson, is being treated for alcoholism, a step that surprised friends and colleagues but seemed unlikely to threaten his position in the church. A key administrative committee said it stood by Robinson, whose 2003 election as bishop of New Hampshire caused a furor in worldwide Anglicanism because he lives with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

soundout By Tammye Nash questions with John Cramer i John Cramer is co-chair of member services for the Dallas-Fort Worth Federal Club. The Federal Club is the Dallas fundraising arm of the Human Rights Campaign. He works in mar- keting for AT&T. Cramer and his partner Roman Smith celebrated their eighth anniversary on Feb. 13. How mg have you been involved with the Federal Club? Raman and I have been involved for more than three-and-a-half years. I am going into my second year on the governing board. What are the responsibilities of the member services committee? Our primary goal is to serve the needs of our membership. Anything a Federal Club member needs, they contact us for help in getting it. Every Federal Club member has a duty to recruit new members. But our main duty with this committee is to provide what's necessary to retain our new members, and to educate our members and anyone else interested in knowing about what the Human Rights Campaign does and how we are fightin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

dossier Sandler, James: kings o queens, indeed "King of Queens," indeed. Kevin James, the burly star of that popular sitcom, is teaming up with buddy Adam Sandler to star in the gay- themed comedy "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry:" Taking a page from the late 1960s gay exploitation film "The Gay Deceivers" (in which two draft- age guys pose as gay to avoid the war), the story centers around two firefighters who dis- cover that posing as domestic partners can mean the difference between health benefits and pen- sion inheritance and being hung out to dry by het- ero- / dominant culture. And right now every queer person reading this is think- ing, "Yeah, I could have told you that." But that doesn't mean it won't be funny. Acclaimed writer- director Alexander Payne ("Sideways") is just one of the many peo- ple who've taken cracks at the script, and that fact alone is reason for hope. Meanwhile, who knew Adam Sandler was a bear chas- er? Lawless in space Every TV-addicted lesbian's ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

localnews Malin admits lurid past Tom Malin, Democratic candidate for the District 108 seat in the Texas House of Representatives, acknowl- edged this week that he had in the past worked as a male escort. But Malin denied rumors that he was withdrawing from the Demo- cratic Primary race. Malin faces Jack Borden in the Democratic Primary on March 7. The winner of the primary race will face the Republican incumbent, Representative Dan Branch, in November. "I have admitted to a lurid past. I have admitted my mistakes and asked God for forgiveness," Malin said.. "Now I have moved beyond my mistakes Malin said he has moved beyond his past mistakes, and it is now up to voters to "choose forgiveness and grace, or to choose the same old Tom Malin balderdash over and over again." For complete coverage of recent developments in the District 108 race, see the February 24 edition of Dallas Voice. False report surfaces in Precinct 5 UCC affiliation process continues for Cathedral Leaders from ga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

E 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 i I I 0 Acne Warts Moles Skin Cancers Rosacea r# Sculptra Microderm Lasers Botox Peels Farhad Niroomand, MD Board Certified Dermatologist 2501 Oak Lawn Ave., suite 450 214-303-1102 www. i_iptownderm.COm I 1 I 1 § 1 1 1 I I 0 loo news We Cut the Red Tape New Hope Fellowship Church we are a family of faith where everyone matters because everyone matters to God The Faces of New Hope "At New Hope I found a church body that accepts me just as 1 am and a place where the word of God is taught every Sunday. That's why I call New Hope Fellowship home." -Ray Every Sunday 9:30 am Experiencing God classes 9:30 am Children's Sunday School 10:45 am Worship & Children's Church 2438 Butler St., Suite 110, Dallas | 214-905-8082 | www.nhfcdallas.org Black ie committee holds beneficiary applicant meeting From Staff Reports The Dallas-Fort Worth Black Tie Dinner will hold a mandatory orientation meeting for organi- zations that want to apply to become beneficiar- ies of the 2006...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

LOCAL BRIEFS From Staff Reports GLBT Chamber holding luncheon meeting; mayor cancels as speaker The North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce holds its February luncheon Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Catalina Restaurant, 4218 Lemmon Ave. Dallas Mayor Laura Miller had been sched- uled to speak at the luncheon. The mayor had to cancel, however, and no speaker had been con- firmed by press deadline. Cost is $30 for members, $35 for non-mem- bers. For information call 214-540-4488. King to conclude UNT diversity conference with speech, book-signing Yolanda King, actress and civil rights advo- cate, will conclude the University of North Texas' ninth annual Equity and Diversity confer- ence with a presentation at 7 p.m. on Feb. 24, in the Lyceum of the University Union. King is the eldest child of Caretta Scott King and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Her presentation is titled "Open My Eyes, Open My Soul; Discovering the Power of Diversity,'' and is based on her 2003 book of the same name. It focus...

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

Jeff Neal Group of Abio AHK Realty "The Hardest Working Team in Real Estate" Offering Cottages to Castles for the New Year! loc< news Come by our Neighborhood Real Estate Showroom open every day 9am to 6pm. You can pick up color graphics with detailed information on current listings, get area informa- tion, and set up a showing with a licensed and knowlegable realtor! Check out a few of the more than fifty listings we have available. Bluffyiew \ Briarwood Open Sun 2-4pm ) Open Sun 2-4pm 4722 Stanford • $349,5000 2/2, Den. Stunning remodel! 4927 Elsby -$525,000 3-2, Den 2,200 sq. ft. Like new construction in existing fagade! ( Open Sun 2-4pm ) ll 4229 Bluffview • $335,000 2 bedroom plus study - Designer interior on oversized lot! 5102 W. Hanover - $695,000 or Lease for $3,500 per month! 3/3 study with media room over 2.700 sq. ft! ( Open Sun 2-4pnt Li i— ( Open Sun 2-4pm 4630 Amherst * $285,000 2 bedroom with a modern loft feel in a neighborhood setting 4918 W. Hanover • $850,000 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

REVERCHON Continued from Page 6 Creek Association and the Dallas Theater Center are doing." Some of the improvements already scheduled included new entrances to the Katy Trail from the park and new lights at the ballpark. Michael Milliken, president of the Oak Lawn Committee, said he considers the revitalization of Reverchon Park to be essential to upgrading the quality of life in Oak Lawn. "Reverchon has not received enough attention lately, and this is a good way to get attention back on it," Milliken said. "It's a very valuable resource for the neighborhood and the communi- ty as a whole." White said Friends of Reverchon Park will co- host the annual "Reverchon Round-Up" with the Scottish Rite Hospital on March 4. The event, started by the hospital eight years ago, invites the community to help clean up the park in the morn- ing and celebrates the work's end with lunch in the park. "It's a way of getting people acquainted with the park," White said. "It's really amazing in the la...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

CATHEDRAL Continued from Page 6 It made headlines last spring when CBS and NBC refused to accept an advertisement that showed "bouncers" standing behind a velvet rope outside of a church turning away those — including handicapped people, ethnic minorities and a gay couple — who were deemed not wor- thy of entering. The advertisement later won the Association of National Advertisers' 2005 Multicultural Excellence Award. The Rev. Ron Buford, coordinator for Still Speaking said the executive committee of the denomination's Executive Council has approved plans to air a new ad during a three-week period around Easter. Buford said that focus groups recently pre- viewed the new television ad, and that initial reports show that the groups responded favorably to the new ad's message delivered with humor. "Expect fun things,'' 'Buford said of the new ads. E-mail nash@dallasvoice.com RARE ILLNESS Continued from Page 1 "My arms felt like somebody had tied a boul- der on them," Lowe said. "I cou...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

loo news MISS OUT ON THIS YEAR'S 1" NGLCC 2006 Mountain & Southwestern LGBT Business Summit March 10-12 ■ Dallas,TX HOST AFFILIATE If you're a member of the North Texas GLBT Chamber, the Greater Houston GLBT Chamber or the Austin Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, you are eligible to take advantage of a $60 NGLCC Business Development Schol- arship for the upcoming Summit! Non Member Early Bird Registration: $135 Register today to get a ticket to the VIP Reception with star of here! TV's hit series Dante's Cove! NOT A MEMBER? JOIN TODAY! America's top corporations are looking to add certified GLBT businesses to their diverse supply chain. At the Summit you'll learn what you need to do to become a cer- tified GLBT supplier to companies like IBM, Wells Fargo, Cendant, JPMorgan Chase, Motorola, Intel, Wyndham International, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, American Express, Kodak, Fannie Mae, and Cisco Systems. Nearly $20 million has been spent to date with GLBT businesses. Come ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

Tyler AIDS Services recently put its housing program on hold until a more suitable facility could be found. The 101 -year-old house that pre- viously provided housing for people with AIDS is now for sale. The house had provided a place for 150 resi- dents to live since 1989. The group has provided prevention education for 2j400 students and adults during the past two years. It provides food to 102 families living HIV each year through the Food Pantry program. Hunsdorfer said the food pantry is one of the most important programs offered by the group. Oklahoma Senate OKs bill restricting protests Protests at soldiers' funerals by the anti-gay Rev. Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., prompted the measure Associated Press OKLAHOMA CITY — A bill to restrict protests at funerals sailed to approval in the Oklahoma Senate Monday after one senator said it was un-American to picket at services for fall- en soldiers. Senator Mary Easley's bill now goes to the House for cons...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

Does Your Organization Want to Benefit from Black Tie Dinner? STEP 1: Attend mandatory application meeting February 28,7 pm STEP 2: Complete BlackTie Dinner Beneficiary application STEP 3: Submit completed application by March 15,5 pm STEP 4: Wait for announcement of 2006 beneficiaries. Beneficiary candidates MUST: • Demonstrate significant outreach and impact on the North Texas gay and lesbian community • Have a 501 (c)(3) status as defined by IRS • Attend a mandatory application meeting, Tuesday, February 28, 7 pm, Adams Mark Hotel, Seminar Theater. (Any organization wishing to apply to be a beneficiary must attend this meeting.) • Return the completed beneficiary applications by 5 pm, March 15, 2006. Additional information about the beneficiary application process is available at: www.BlarkTieDinner.org Sophistication Stylish Design This is what's next... Discover the difference! I'm ii I'm 111 In nil I I i I IIIIII Hull mil ' I 11 I llHHHll 73615 -3617 Brown Street Condominiums ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

Wisner said. About 40 people gathered to rally against same-sex unions. They gathered to pray and sing hymns and "God Bless America." John Tomicki, chairman of the New Jersey Coalition to Rescue and Protect Marriage, said marriage is sacred and should be restricted to het- erosexual couples. "That's where our culture and history has been for thousands of years, " Tomicki said. Massachusetts court extends deadline on gay marriage ruling Decision will determine if couples from other states can marry there Associated Press BOSTON — The state's high- est court has waived a self- imposed deadline for ruling whether same-sex couples from other states can marry in Massachusetts. The Supreme Judicial Court heard arguments on Oct. 6 about a 1913 state law that says that out-of-state couples cannot get mar- ried in Massachusetts if their home states do not recognize such unions. The court notified lawyers on Feb. 9 that it would not issue a decision within the 130-day window, according to the...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 17 February 2006

Ofyhite^Qcbi (Community Chwrcd SUNDAY NIGHT LIVE! February 19th Putluck Dinner beginning at 6pm. Musical Program at 6:30 with Marvin Matthews. Pointing People To Sunday, February 19 "Forget the Former Things" ISAIAH 43: 18-25 214-320-0043 9353 Garland Road _ i „ r ii hty 7ciio By Rev- Dr- James Walker uallas, 1A OZ18 PASTOR WHITE ROCK COMMUNITY CHURCH www.WhiteRockChurch.org & SUN WORSHIP 10:45AM WED EVENING BIBLE STUDY 7:30PM inalnews 4 Voice og Coupon Great Restaurants at a Fabulous Price! $9.95/yean Go online and print, eat and save! BigFatCoupon.com/DV Alabama House votes down expansion of hate crime law Sponsor of measure to add sexual orientation language began effort in 1999 because of several killings of gay men in state By Bob Johnson Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The state House voted Feb. 9 against changing Alabama's hate crimes law to include offenses against people because of their sexual orientation. On a procedural vote, the House lined up 40- 37 against bri...

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