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Thursday, September 05, 2013

Nepal Progresses & Russia Regresses

Sapphic Nomads Katie Cook and Maggie Young arrive in the Himalaya to meet Nepal's leading gay activist, Sunil Babu Pant, in Kathmandu. Cook and Young are filmmakers searching for LGBT activists all over the world for a documentary. Pant is the founder of the Blue Diamond Society and was the country's first openly gay Member of Parliament.

Lesbian writer Masha Gessen confronts Russia's growing homophobic fascism on MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes.

And in NewsWrap: Jamaica's sodomy repeal debate motivates escalating violence, California lesbian couple wins post-DOMA disabled veteran benefits, marriage equality revolts engulf U.S. localities, worker-unfriendly WalMart romances same-gender partners, and more news reported by Pamela Brooks and Michael Allan (produced by Steve Pride).

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