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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Steel Mongolians pt. 2 & Bristol's LGBT Past

Mongolian LGBT activists Otgonbaatar Tsedendemberel and Anaraa Nyamdorj come out and get even, as Sapphic Nomads Katie Cook and Maggie Young continue their worldwide documentary tour.

On scene in Bristol, UK at the launch of the M Shed museum's LGBT History Month observance, attended by elected mayor George Ferguson and openly gay Lord Mayor Peter Main; Cabinet Member for Children and Young People Clare Campion-Smith; prominent playwright Neil Bartlett; award-winning “out” trans writer Cheryl Morgan; and historian Catherine Littlejohns (Mary Milton, reporting).

And in NewsWrap: activism brings backlash in Belarus, wedding announcements in four U.S. states, Thailand's "Town of Love" rejects marriage-seeking same-gender couples, topless Parisian feminists praise Pope's surprise departure, and more news reported by Gary Shaw and Natalie Peoples (produced by Steve Pride).

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