Opposition pulls the plug on Turnbull’s wheezing civil marriage plebiscite
(with remarks by Bill Shorten, George Brandis, Penny Wong, Malcolm Turnbull
and Alex Greenwich
Indelible highlights from Allen Ginsberg, Kate Millett, Blackberri, Robin Tyler, Holly Near with Meg Christian and Mary Watkins, "and a cast of thousands" at Washington’s first queer mega-march honor LGBT History Month!
And in NewsWrap: sexual and gender minorities are shut out of the UN’s "New Urban Agenda," Russia’s government shuts down an LGBT teen support website, a U.S. appeals court agrees to rehear an Indiana lesbian’s workplace bias lawsuit, France advances transgender rights, North Carolina gubernatorial candidates clash over HB2, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Tanya Kane-Parry and Frances O’Brien (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).
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