Anti-Trans Violence & Queer India!
Week of November 24, 2014
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"Sapphic Nomads" Maggie Young and Katie Cook get Mumbai psychologist/activist Deepak Kashyap's coming out in India story -- one with a happy ending!
And in NewsWrap: Gambia joins Africa's "jail the gays for life" club, LGBT Iraqis are trapped between the Islamic State and pro-government vigilantes, South Carolina and Montana tie the knots, two U.S. country stars come out in harmony, Benjy the gay Irish bull makes bail with the help of a Bart Simpson benefactor, and more news reported this week by Michael LeBeau and Greg Gordon (produced by Wenzel Jones and Steve Pride).
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