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US To Use Foreign Aid As Leverage Against Homophobic Countries

Good, President Obama, though it’s a tad rich given that that US itself remains a homophobic country in many respects. But good

December 06, 2011 Blog
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Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Rabbi Calls for Reparative Therapy

A Philadelphia rabbi is feeling threatened by the recent “propaganda blitz” with regard to the “homosexual lifestyle” and has begun a bid to enshrine religious

December 06, 2011 Blog
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Timothy Kincaid’s Open Letter to Exodus

In light of news suggesting that Exodus is discussing its reorganization, Box Turtle Bulletin’s Timothy Kincaid wrote this open letter to its director, Alan Chambers,

December 05, 2011 Blog
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Things Falling Apart in Nigeria

The recent turn of events in Nigeria, where they are rushing a homophobic bill into law, is unbelievably lamentable. This is a country of 158

December 04, 2011 Blog
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Son of Two Lesbians Preaches It

This video is of a speech made by a 19-year-old University of Iowa student, Zach Wahls, during a public forum on House Joint Resolution 6

December 01, 2011 Blog
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(Onion) 10-Year-Old-Boys: “If You See Someone Raping Us, Please Call The Police”

Apparently the Onion needed to weigh in on what one would think would be a no-brainer, but isn’t to some people. Pearson fielded several questions

November 29, 2011 Blog
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Zoliswa Nkonyana: Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

In the South African case of Zoliswa Nkonyana, it took five years and forty postponements for courts to find four men guilty of beating, stoning,

November 29, 2011 Blog
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Shout-Out to Mr. Gay Namibia

Congratulations to personal financial consultant Wendelinus Linus Hamutenya, who was just crowned Mr. Gay Namibia. Namibia is not the ideal place to be gay, but

November 29, 2011 Blog
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Update on Anti-Gay Law in Russia

The U.S. State Department is “deeply concerned” about Russia’s proposed legislation, which would make it a crime to publicly “promote” LGBT issues, and which equates

November 29, 2011 Blog
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Out Ugandan Gay Man Talks About Life Before the Evangelicals Came

The Root, the Washington Post’s African-American news website, recently interviewed Frank Mugisha, a gay activist in Uganda. He describes what it’s like to be gay

November 28, 2011 Blog
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