Cooper's Vito & Irish Partner Parents
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper was GLAAD to be gay as he accepted the media advocacy group's Vito Russo Award in New York City.
The pitfalls of parenthood under Ireland's civil partnership law are exposed in a case examined by Jenny Butler (The Cosmo with Scott De Buitléir, RTE Pulse).
Plus: New Jersey teen Jacob Rudolph doesn't kid Governor Chris Christie about "conversion" quackery in his testimony before a state Senate committee on a bill to ban it.
And in NewsWrap: Australia's new Sex Discrimination Act dots the "I" in "LGBT," a trans anti-bias bill's triumph gives Canada's Tories toilet terrors, a Russian regional court rules that Pride is not "propaganda", and a Scottish church fears Jedi weddings, and more news reported by Wenzel Jones and Pam Marshall (produced by Steve Pride).
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