Jon Stewart's The Daily Show "cures" the Texas Republican revival of "reparative therapy."
And in NewsWrap: Luxembourg jumps the broom, thousands promote pink families in Hong Kong, but there's little passion for marriage inequality in the U.S., Ugandan activists get last-minute visas for Toronto World Pride, the Obama administration hits the marriage recognition wall, pro-equality President Juan Manuel Santos is reelected in Colombia and more news reported this week by Christopher Gaal and Natalie Peoples (produced by Steve Pride).
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