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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Grossman Tribute & Bornstein's Outlaws

The posthumously-released Something in the Moonlight celebrates the work of trailblazing gay troubadour Steven Grossman. JD Doyle previews the album and chats with a few of the pioneering singer-songwriter's admirers.

Gender Outlaw Kate Bornstein toasts the next "trans-genderation" in conversation with Chris Thomas from WBAI's Out-FM.

And in NewsWrap: United Nations Human Rights Council condemns anti-LGBT bias, gay Kenyans go online and face death threats, Hong Kong activists protest a "change" therapist, Australia's marriage equality-opposing P.M. to "engage" with same-gender couples, and more news reported by Christopher Gaal and Ben Caron.

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