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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

"Corrective Rape" Escalates & The Side Door

The targeting of lesbians in South Africa for sexual violence -- which it's believed will make them heterosexual -- is becoming worse (even worse than it was at the time Radio Netherlands' Eric Beauchemin did this 2009 interview with a "corrective rape" survivor), as brave activists confront their government and their neighbors.

An ironic Rainbow Minute celebrates South Africa's first same-gender wedding ... proving that marriage equality doesn't mean equal rights.

Janet Mason reviews Jan Donely's young adult novel that takes the mystery out of surviving bullying.

And in NewsWrap: Hungary harbors homophobia in questionable constitution, India's top court defers challenges to sex law reform, Malaysian "butch camp" draws jeers, queer-positive environments prevent teen suicide, and more news reported by Rick Watts and Michael LeBeau.

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