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Thursday, October 04, 2012

Nona Hendryx: "Mutatis Mutandis"

The legendary lesbian singer/songwriter recalls her musical roots and discusses her first album in 20 years during a U.K. visit with Rosie Wilby (produced with Sabine Schereck for Resonance-FM's Out in South London); Tea Party, the first track on the album, is featured.

And in NewsWrap: Tasmania's Upper House narrowly nixes marriage proposal, same-gender bi-national couples living in U.S. get official deportation protection, New York appeals court hears lesbian widow's DOMA appeal, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says gays engage in "very ugly behavior," the Pope says they threaten "life and the family," and more news reported by Abby Dees and Rick Watts (produced by Steve Pride).

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