Love Wins … Late!
The 41-year love story of Tony Sullivan and Richard Adams planted the seed of the marriage equality movement. Producer/director Tim Miller (interviewed by Steve Pride) captured it in the documentary Limited Partnership, which includes comments by former Boulder, Colorado County Clerk Clela Rorex and Sullivan himself; reporter Troy Masters tells Abby Dees and Wenel Jones the bittersweet conclusion.
Broadway stars serenade Orlando on a benefit single of Burt Bacharach’s enduring What the World Needs Now is Love!
And in NewsWrap: serving in silence ends for U.S. transgender military personnel, tear gas and rubber bullets shut down defiant Istanbul expressions of Pride, Italy’s High Court advances adoption rights, a Kenyan court legalizes anal probes to "confirm" gay sex, the Stonewall National Monument is christened, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Michael LeBeau and Jessica Andrea (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).
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