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Friday, April 27, 2012

Gay Bar, Platformance Anxiety & Museveni Denial

Historian Will Fellows (interviewed by Steve Pride) updates the memoir of 1950s Los Angeles Gay Bar owner Helen Branson.

Los Angeles Mayor and Democratic Party Convention Chair Antonio Villaraigosa and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow discuss the political challenges for President Obama as his colleagues consider a platform plank supporting marriage equality.

President Yoweri Museveni assures CNN International's Christiane Amanpour that there really isn't any anti-LGBT discrimination in Uganda -- and certainly no deadly intentions behind the Anti-Homosexuality ("kill the gays") Bill.

And in NewsWrap: Budapest court prefers Pride to police, "gays and tom-boys" barred from Saudi schools, Israel's Conservative Jews okay lesbian and gay rabbinical students, veteran Anglican priest concludes that Jesus was gay, and more news reported by Michael LeBeau and Miss Barbie-Q (produced by Steve Pride).

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