Queer India Now & Collins Gets Better
Week of September 22, 2014
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It Got Better for pro-basketball player Jason Collins after he came out, as he tells Chrisanne Eastwood at the OutFest screening of the docu-series on the LGBT youth support project.
Plus: right-winger Tony Perkins' homophobic radio rant against the Smithsonian Institution.
And in NewsWrap: Justice Ginsberg makes U.S. marriage equality predictions, Egypt grinds gay men into entrapment, Russia's "no promo homo" pol poisons opening of St. Petersburg's QueerFest, Texas hotels "86" Museveni, Ugandan gay activist wins U.S. asylum, and more news reported this week by Carole Meyers and Wenzel Jones (produced by Steve Pride).
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