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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Russian Rhubarb & "Bob The Book"

Moscow's pre-eminent gay activist Nikolai Alekseev discusses the intercontinental controversy over allegations that he's anti-Semitic in the third of a compelling four-part conversation with Steve Pride.

Bob The Book leads a page-turning gay life, as literary commentator Janet Mason attests in her review of Don Pratt's new novel.

And in NewsWrap: Uganda's "Kill The Gays" bill dies in parliament, U.S. Presbyterians ordain clerical equality, House Republicans try to derail Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal, Europe's top court orders pensions equality, Taiwan right-wingers slander a new schools diversity curriculum, and more news reported by Rick Watts and Michael LeBeau.

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