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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Kenyan Sex Slavery & New Lesbian Fiction

The shocking -- under-reported -- story of how slave traffickers are tricking gay and bi Kenyan men into the sex trade in the Persian Gulf is discussed by Paul Canning of the U.K.-based LGBT Asylum News and correspondent Steve Pride.

Janet Mason's review of two lesbian coming of age stories from Bywater Books (What's Best for Jane by Bett Norris and The Girls Club by Sally Bellerose) finds something new in the tried and true.

Plus: A Stamp for Alan Turing is celebrated in a Rainbow Minute (produced by Judd Proctor and Brian Burns, and read by Cris Cox).

And in NewsWrap: Cuba considers civil unions, gay Aussie MP plans Spanish nuptials, two U.S. states consider constitutional marriage bans, 80 mayors from 25 U.S. states sign resolution endorsing civil marriage equality, U.K. court convicts hate leaflet distributors, and more news reported by Gary Shaw and Natalie Peoples (produced by Steve Pride).

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