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Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Uganda Upset & "The Animals"

Week of August 4, 2014
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Uganda's Constitutional Court kills the infamous Anti-Homosexuality Law on a technicality! LGBT activist Frank Mugisha and homophobia proponent Pastor Martin Ssempa share their views on the victory for human rights … and the reality that the fight isn't over.

Acclaimed portrait artist Don Bachardy, the longtime spouse of esteemed writer Christopher Isherwood, talks about the intimate character of a collection of their love letters, "The Animals." (interviewed by Charlie Bauer, PhD. Part 2 of 2)

Queer life and literature commentator Janet Mason goes inside Edmund White’s latest memoir, Inside A Pearl: My Years in Paris.

Televangelist Pat Robertson responds to the lost cause of a Colorado cakeshop with a suspect Sunday School seminar.

And in NewsWrap: Chinese gay man shocked into suing a "cure" clinic; peacefull Prides in Russia, India, and the Faroe Islands; another U.S. federal court finds marriage equality appealing; English teacher fired due to homophonic bias; more news reported this week by Wenzel Jones and Michelle-Marie Gilkeson (produced by Steve Pride).

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