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Friday, July 12, 2013

Don't "Jail the Gays" & "Everything Possible"

U.N. Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay has her say about Nigeria's "Jail the Gays" bill in response to Nigerian LGBT activist Davis Mac-Iyalla's questions on the BBC's World Have Your Say program.

JD Doyle discovers everything possible about Fred Small's Everything Possible, from his inspiration for the iconic song to Michael Callen and The Flirtations classic rendition of it -- Small's personal favorite!

LGBT Pride deploys to Kandahar (as reported by the U.S. Defense Department).

Plus: A Great Big World says Everyone Is Gay.

And in NewsWrap: lawsuit bouquets bloom from US Supreme Court DOMA decision, marriage equality slips past Costa Rican lawmakers, Pink Dot targets Singapore's penal code, Brazilian "cure" prescription expires, and more news reported by Jenn Mahoney and Charlie Bauer (produced by Steve Pride and Angela Brooks).

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