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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

FOSTER CARE Continued from Page 1 license to petitioner is unsupported by compe- tent and substantial evidence upon the whole record," Midkiff wrote in her 15-page ruling. "This court also finds that the agency's decision in denying the foster care license to petitioner is arbitrary and unreasonable," the judge ruled. "Ms. Johnston's sexual orientation should not be the endpoint of the agency's considera- tion of her application for a foster care license," she said. Johnston, 40, of Kansas City, had applied in 2003 to be a foster parent to a child she hoped to raise with her partner, Dawn Roginski. She had already started her training when her application was turned down under what the ACLU said was an unwritten policy against allowing gays and lesbians to become foster parents. "We're really relieved that the court has rec- ognized that banning lesbian and gay people from being foster parents is bad for Missouri's foster children," Johnston said in an ACLU release announcing the ju...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

internationalnews Brokeback' takes 4 honors in British Academy Film Awards Film's success in London boosts hopes gay cowboy love epic will steal show at Oscars, where it is nominated for 8 awards By Jill Lawless Associated Press LONDON — Gay cowboy romance "Brokeback Mountain" took four awards includ- ing best picture at the British Academy Film Awards, a result that boosts its hopes for the Oscars in two weeks' time. The film beat a strong best-picture shortlist Sunday that included literary biopic "Capote," LA. story "Crash," 1950s drama "Good.Night, and Good Luck,? and British favorite "The Constant Gardener." "The Constant Gardener," a spy thriller and love story that went into the ceremony with 10 nominations, took only one award, for editing. "Memoirs of a Geisha" won three awards, for cinematography, music and costume design. Ang Lee was named best director for "Brokeback," which is up for eight Academy Awards on March 5. Jake Gyllenhaal won the best supporting actor prize fo...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

Irish newspaper poll reveals more tolerance for gay rights Far-ranging survey on changing views in Ireland addresses gay marriage and adoption, gay relatives, voting for gay poljt cans From wire reports A newspaper survey on attitudes about homo- sexuality and gay rights reveals dramatic changes in Ireland, according to the Irish Examiner. "In stark contrast with the deeply homophobic atmosphere of relatively recent times, it is clear that public opinion is undergoing major transfor- mation," the newspaper reported. "Tolerance and acceptance of homosexuality are key features of the national survey, showing that times are changing in a positive manner." The far-ranging poll examined popular views on questions such as gay marriage and adoption, wherether homosexuality is right or wrong, how people would react to having a gay relative and whether or not they would vote for a gay politi- can. "Overall the responses reflect a ground shift of attitudes with a society where, in the past, y...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

news WORLD BRIEFS By RexWockner United Arab Emirates sends 12 to prison for roles in gay wedding Eleven of 26 men who were arrested in November at an alleged gay wedding in Ghantout, United Arab Emirates, were sentenced to six years' imprisonment on Feb. 11, media in the tiny oil-rich nation reported. The men were convicted under laws that ban obscenity and homosexual activity. A 12th man was convicted only on obscenity charges and jailed tor one year. The 14 others were acquitted. At the time of the arrests, a government official had threatened that the men could also face hor- mone treatments. "Because they've put society at risk, they will be given the necessary treatment, from male hor- mone injections to psychological therapies," Interior Ministry spokesman Issam Azouri said. On Nov. 28, the State Department in Washington denounced the arrests. "The arrest of these individuals is part of a string of recent group arrests of homosexuals in the U.A.E.," the department said in a wr...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

^f)ICE Di R 214.754.8710 I F. 214.969.7271 dallasvoice.com 4145 Travis St, Third Floor, Dallas, TX 75204 Hours: Mon. Thurs. 9a-6p; Fri. 9a—5p administration Robert Moore Publisher I ext. 112 Terry Thompson Administrative Asst. I 110 Kris Martin Promotions Manager I 116 news&opinion Dennis Vercher III Senior Editor I 113 Daniel A. Kusner Lifestyles Editor I 118 David Webb Staff Writer 1117 Arnold Wayne Jones Staff Writer I 129 Tammye Nash Staff Writer I 128 sales Leo Cusimano Advertising Director I 114 Gary Karwacki Asst. Advertising Director I 115 Alex Bamishin Senior Account Manager I 126 Luciano "Chico" Segura III Account Manager I 111 Chris Edwards Account Manager I 131 Greg Hoover Classifieds Sales Director I 123 Tony Martinez Classifieds Account Manager I 127 National Advertising Representative Rivendell Media Inc. 908-232-2021 art Veronique Zayas Creative Director I 119 Michael Stephens Senior Graphic Designer I 132 circulation Maryann Ramirez Circulation Director I 120 af...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

Leslie Robinson General Gayety Today's global media garbage would make even Hearst blush From conservative Africa to I beral Sweden, GLBT people are being increasingly targeted by media seeking to boost circulation Cameroon who is a former tennis star and now a singer. I remember during his sport- ing heyday Noah was considered quite the playboy. Now, we gays know that one way to bide being gay is to flaunt a faux heterosex- uality. If that's what Noah was doing all those years, he went above and beyond the call. As the Times quoted journalist Tansa Musa as saying, "There are going to be a lot of very sur- prised women, both in France and Cameroon." Undoubtedly there were many folks in Sweden surprised at the existence of a website called "The Sodomites." According to 365Gay.com, the site lists 129 well-known gays, including actors, politicians and priests. The site also offers up their home addresses, and calls for them to die. Just the sort of use the inventor of the Internet had ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

I ife+stylespi ritual ity A porn isstar reborn Gay adult-video legend Torn Katt reclaims Christian faith and retires from erotica. Re-emerging as David Papaleo, he identifies as straight but is sickened by right-wing Bible-thumpers who preach anti- gay hatred. Papaleo's next stop — the pulpit By Daniel A. Kusner Life+Style Editor J, In the mid 1990s, Tom Katt began regularly appearing in gay porn videos. The versatile bodybuilder made at least 15 sex flicks in his first two years. Handsome and talented, he started earning a lot of money. And for what it's worth Tom Katt became famous — in the world of erotica. Over the years, steroids and growth hormones augmented his physique. Cocaine and pot made the good times seem happier, but the party train kept crashing. Inside, he felt something was missing. And in 2003, he walked away from the biz. Katt, who now goes by his birth name, David Papaleo, had found God. Last month, Papaleo appeared on "The Gravedigger Show," an Atlanta-based Chr...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

' 7; name that Impressionist. wrong. Ksy BS#¥: mmm ■ ■ ■" - ■' " ® -NTvy',^ Kimbell Art Museum 3333 Camp Bowie Bouletwd Fort Worth, Texas 76107 817-332-8451 AmericanAirlines Star-Telegram What ctofiu want to bw? & 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 call Ticketmaster at 817-467-ARTS or 214-631-ARTS. GHgpi&i muI hHjwutoHmin Iun bccti orjsunxed l*y die- Kinihcfl Art Mmcuiti Jitd Ordmpjsurd. Copcnfugcti.Tlir exhibition t> tuppotted by an iiulcimury from d>c Fcdctal Coundl on iIk- Am and dtc Httnuiuitcv I'jiiI (auguiiL Apf<ie Tiro ,u I'Henniltigr II...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

\jptow.n player^ ELTON JOHN & TIN RICE'S ■sty spirituality A Music by Elton John Lyrics by Tin Rice Book by LI red a Wwlwitiw, Robert Fall* & David Henry Fall* DhbJmJ by Doug MIHtr Munc Direction by Scott llkflrt Owoograpliy by Ytdd S^tllrtl February 10 - March 5, 2006 Wednesdays-Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sundays at 2 p.m. $25-30 Trinity River Arts Center 2600 Stemmons Freeway at Motor Street, Suite 180, Dallas Jliairrfcapi MMbvet HH eer ttejt* K8pp* dnitvell srirlsmp, CmbIi Spe^m* ■■ Cyr *ir Owlet Depe* twy lloyd, Ceerfwy Fmifli, Ikhn fwtowm, GifM II in I, Wmmd^m HeUee k, fern ImhU, JeJ JeikM* Mi dm Lee kritc, Cedrfa l«4 Beady CarhrHI^,Ca>*T ■mUe—. fWil. ff^UM 1—W |-eg, y Wlhl -J M-WH !■ For tickets and info call 214-219-2718 or visit www.uptownplayers.org IPENS TUESDAY! Hw * 4 i THE TEN TENORS FEB. 28 - MAR. 5 • THE MAJESTIC THEATRE Get Tickets at The Box Office 542 Preston Royal Shopping Center Any Ti(ketmaster Outlet - On-line at ti<ketmaster.<om Or Charge-By-Phone 21...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

point of view — it means going against what's natural for yourself." As far as same-sex relationships and marriage, "They're not wrong," he continues. "The most impor- tant thing is to love God with all your heart. The sec- _ ond tiling, is to love your fellow person that same way. I don't know how loving someone of your own sex in that manner is consid- ered wrong." So now you're straight? "Yes, I identify as het- erosexual. There was a time I thought of myself as bisexual, and I never hide that fact," Papaleo says, A couple of years ago, after moving back to Georgia, he met a woman. On their second date, he told her about his history as Tom Katt. Although it seems like heavy news for a second date, she seemed to accept it. "Being completely honest and transparent about things is an impor- tant part of the way I live now. I have to be completely up front about every- thing," he, says. And last month, the woman's name became Mrs. Papaleo. Yo, Reverend! Weren't you a porn star? Altho...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN A DECADE. THE TIME HAS COME. ROBIN HOOD MUST GO. "Robin Hood" just won't go away. The school finance scheme which transfers local property tax dollars from so-called property-rich districts to property- poor districts in order to fund public education in Texas has been with us since the early 1990s. Governor Ann Richards persuaded the Texas legislature to pass a legislative version of Robin Hood after the voters of Texas had rejected a similar scheme (which required an Amendment to the Texas Constitution), by a two-to-one margin at the ballot box. What was originally a transfer of approximately 400 million property tax dollars from some school districts in Texas to others has become a taking of funds from targeted districts amounting to approximately $1.2 billion today. Those funds otherwise would have gone to fund their local schools or to lower property taxes in those districts which are subjected to double taxation as a result of Robin Hood. North Texas has ...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

life+styleart ree-lined inspiration Local gay painter Jay Maggio explores vibrant landscapes, woody perennials NICE TRUNK: Maggio finds glistening inspiration from the loneliness of trees. His newest exhibit goes up Friday at The Pan American Art Gallery. He paints trees. But when Dallas artist Jay Maggio's brush hits the canvas, the trees come alive, glistening and almost speaking to the beholder. A quote from the "artist statement" highlights Maggio what's behind Maggio's vision: "The lone, large tree in an infinite expanse of land reflects a feel- ing of oneness, inspiring a sense that we repre- sent a small but important part of our country, our world, our universe." On Friday, he pres- ents new works at the Pan American Art Gallery. This is his sec- ond solo exhibition at the Pan American. Raised in New Roads, La., Maggio developed an early love for trees. Set on surreal and colorist landscapes, his paintings are an hom- age to their majesty and grace. Maggio attended Louisiana...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

We rarely hear good news aJbout the Wright Amendement. Mostly, we hear jets. We don't like what we're hearing around Love Field these days. We hear Congress just exempted Missouri from the Wright Amendment. We hear Southwest is adding eight new flights and American is moving 14 flights to Love. But mostly, we hear jets. Big, loud jets. Every day, 125 of them fly just 300 feet over the rooftops. Rattling windows, overpowering conversations, drowning out teachers. And now, thanks to Southwest and Congress, it's about to get worse with daily departures increasing almost 20 percent. More noise, more pollution and more traffic will eventually make Love Field neighborhoods unlivable. The irony is that we have a plan to prevent it. The Love Field Master Plan that limits the number of gates at the airport. Everyone agreed to the Master Plan. Cities, neighborhoods and most importantly, Southwest. But rather than honor the agreement, Southwest is undermining it and putting profits ahead of pr...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

Lobbying for ai fection New take on 'Harold arid Maude'-iike friendship is well worth the visit By Steve Warren Contributing Film Critic Let's plow right into it. Joan Plowright failed to get Oscar's atten- tion with "Mrs. Palfrey at The Claremont" because Judi Dench cap- tured the "old person" slot. Lady Olivier doesn't have the same "Look at me, I'm acting!" style that calls attention to itself. She's so natural, it's easy to forget she hasn't lived the same life as Sarah Paltrey, even though she's reached the same age. In this predictably heartwarming tale of cultural exchange between age and youth, the widow Palfrey, not wanted by her daughter, moves into a residence hotel in London. After a lifetime as "somebody's daughter, somebody's wife, some- body's mother," she wants to spend the rest of her days as herself. The Claremont has seen better days, as have its guests — a group of mild eccentrics played by a cast with an eternity of expe- rience among them. The indi- vidual room...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Dallas Voice — 24 February 2006

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