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Monday, June 14, 2010

NewsWrap for the week ending June 12, 2010:

Summary: The Anglican Communion punishes its U.S. branch, the Episcopal Church, for consecrating a second openly-queer Bishop ... Canadian Anglicans again decide not to decide on blessing same-gender couples ... Iceland's parliament unanimously passes a marriage equality bill ... Teresa Pires and Helena Paixao become the first same-gender couple to legally wed in Portugal ... Malawi's embattled queer couple Tiwonge Chimbalanga and Steven Monjeza breaks up, and Monjeza is reportedly now dating a woman ... more than 3 million celebrate LGBT Pride in Sao Paulo in what's said to be the world's biggest such event ... an estimated 100,000 at Tel Aviv Pride honor the victims of last year's murderous rampage on a youth support group meeting at the city's LGBT Center ... about 3,000 at Athens Pride demand equality ... conservative U.S. House Democrat Ike Skelton of Missouri worries that repealing "Don't Ask Don't Tell" will force parents to discuss the existence of gays and lesbians with their children ....

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