Wednesday, December 5, 2012

International Gay News Headlines (T25T-3)

As various cities are whittled down in the running to host the 2017 World OutGames, only two locations remain.
Plan an action for marriage equality in your home town. Here's a handy ten-step guide to organising a rally.
Like what you see? Why not chip in? LGBT filmmakers and artists are making use of new crowdfunding sites promising public-sourced cash for intriguing projects.

Princess's secret trip to care for gay employee's babies
Scotsman
Princess's secret trip to care for gay employee's babies. Published on Tuesday 4 December 2012 00:00. Norway's Crown Princess secretly travelled to India to care for twins born to the surrogate mother of a gay palace employee unable to get a travel visa.

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Football.co.uk

Gay players would be accepted says former England international Gareth ...
Football.co.uk
In a blog last week, Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard claimed homosexuals were 'in need of a hero' and the lack of role models within football are preventing more gay people from coming out. Southgate, a former England international and ...
Gareth Southgate: Gay footballers 'would be accepted' in the dressing roomPinkNews.co.uk
Gay footballers would be accepted - Gareth SouthgateBBC Sport
Gareth Southgate: 'Gay footballers would be accepted by teammates'Sports Mole

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Gay Star News

15000 Brits tell Uganda to drop gay hate bill
Gay Star News
Amnesty International supporters in the UK have sent 15,000 messages in just 24 hours to Uganda urging it to drop plans to further criminalize homosexuality. Gay sex is already illegal in the country. But the new law will give life in prison for same ...
NYC Action at Ugandan Mission Against 'Kill the Gays' BillHuffington Post (blog)
Uganda Kill the Gays Bill Horrific Bill Will Promote Anti LGBT Violence in AfricaPolicyMic
Activists Will Protest 'Kill The Gays' Bill At Uganda House TomorrowTowleroad
Queerty -Washington Blade -National Post
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A gay rights activist from Jamaica is planning to sue the neighbouring Carribean country of Trinidad and Tobago because of a law that prevents gay people from setting foot on the twin island.
A gay rights activist from Jamaica is planning to sue the neighbouring country of Trinidad and Tobago because of a law that prevents gay people from setting foot on the twin island.
The Canadian Blood Services̢۪ proposed changes to blood donor eligibility do nothing to lessen discrimination against gay men, according to an HIV/AIDS awareness organisation.


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