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Friday, October 20, 2017

“Exile” & “Self-Made Woman”!

A historic National Trust exhibit ropes Brits into honoring the exiled 19th Century landowner William John Bankes and the gay men who were hanged during the period. (UK correspondent Mary Milton visits Bankes’ Kingston Lacy in Dorsett).

Correspondent Dixie Treichel hears the true confessions of Self-Made Woman Denise DuBois.

And in NewsWrap: Burundi begins a "hunt" for homosexuals, the U.N. decries Azerbaijan, Egypt and Indonesian crackdowns, Greek trans-people win identity rights, Trump targets elderly same-gender couples and the rainbow flag, Mississippi legalizes faith-based bias, and more international LGBT news reported this week by Frances O’Brien and Wenzel Jones (produced by Steve Pride, written by Greg Gordon).

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