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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Steel Mongolians pt. 1 & "Tea Leaves"

"Sapphic Nomads" Katie Cook and Maggie Young send an "audio postcard" from the morning of the movement in Mongolia, the latest stop in their around-the-world search for material for their documentary (part one of two).

Memoirist Janet Mason telephonically travels to Australia to talk about her book with Gordon Wilson on Joy 94.9 in Melbourne.
And in NewsWrap: Italy's top court supports same-gender parenting, gay Serbian wins discrimination lawsuit, homosexuality convictions quashed in Cameroon, Sweden stops sterilizing trans surgery patients, equality bells ring at Washington's National Cathedral, and more news reported by Robert LeBlanc and Pamela Brooks (produced by Steve Pride).

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