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Queer Life and Literature Commentator Janet Mason discovers a lesbian truth in the fiction of S. Renee Bess (The Rules) and the essays of Judith K. Witherow (Strong Enough to Bend).
Representative Michelle Bachmann (R-Minn.) signals another homophobic U.S. presidential run in a Right Wing Watch-flagged conversation with conservative radio talk show host Dave Garrison.
And in NewsWrap: Russia plays spy games with LGBT activists, Turkey's top court slams "p" word, Kenyan trans group wins NGO status, U.S. federal court blasts Colorado's civil marriage ban, Stonestreet snubs Santorum, and more news reported this week by Chrisanne Eastwood and Michael Allan (produced by Steve Pride).
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