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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Sapphic Nomads in Samoa & Rev. Rebecca Voelkel

In the first of a series of "on the road" reports, traveling lesbian documentarians Maggie Young and Katie Cook explore fa'afafine life in Independent Samoa.

A Minnesota United Church of Christ minister and LGBT ally prays for marriage equality with correspondent Dixie Treichel.

Plus -- admirers Lily Tomlin, Jane Lynch, and Steve Harvey "Mark" Ellen DeGeneres' "Twain" at Washington, DC's John F. Kennedy Center.

And in NewsWrap: gay activists take Jamaican sex laws to court, Cameroon legal advocates get death threats, marriage equality appeal rejected in New York, a Viking "voices" his support for it, and more news reported by Rick Watts and Michael LeBeau (produced by Steve Pride).

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