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Gay Men Policing Heterosexuality in Jamaica

February 20, 2010
As always, the architects of the proverbial closet subjugate his mind and provide him with the tools needed to perpetuate the suppression of his fundamental instincts, and those of others, effectively elevating lowly “slaves” to the position of “slave-drivers”. It provides for effective social control.
We hate ourselves, because …

Married and Gay

How often has it been said ……
“They can’t be gay, they are married!”?
…… You would be surprised!
Or would you?
The chances are that if you are reading this page, you are gay, lesbian or bisexual and possibly married also, or in a relationship with such a person.
If the latter, the chances …

Right time to end ‘don’t ask’

AS PRESIDENT Obama began the process this week of lifting the “don’t ask, don’t tell’’ policy, his critics quickly trotted out a timeworn argument against letting gays and lesbians serve openly in the military: that changing the policy is unwise at a time when US forces are fighting in Iraq …

Homosexual Imperialists Target Uganda

The State Department may not be able to keep terrorists out of the United States, but Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has enough time on her hands to spend 45 minutes complaining to the President of Uganda about an effort in that country to toughen laws against homosexuality.
The President of …

Soul-Searching in Turkey After a Gay Man Is Killed

ISTANBUL — For Ahmet Yildiz, a stocky and affable 26-year-old, the choice to live openly as a gay man proved deadly. Prosecutors say his own father hunted him down, traveling more than 600 miles from his hometown to shoot his son in an old neighborhood of Istanbul.
Ahmet Yildiz was shot …

Film about gay Neo-Nazis wins top honours at Rome Film Festival

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Brotherhood, a film about two male Neo-Nazis who begin a relationship, has won the best film accolade at the Rome Film Festival.

Daily Q Web Vote: Did Congress do the right thing by including gays in the hate-crimes law?

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Oct. 26, 2009: WEB VOTE Did Congress do the right thing by including gays in the hate-crimes law? Click here to vote at The Miami Herald Opinion page.

Cork hurler reveals he is gay

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Obama to sign hate crimes bill Wednesday

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By CHRIS JOHNSON, Washington Blade President Obama intends to sign into law Wednesday a long-sought hate crimes protection measure as part of a major defense bill, according to an administration source. The president plans to pen his name to the fiscal

Priest draws women’s wrath over gays

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Jeff Halpern (left) and Hank Donat became the first couple to be married inside San Francisco City Hall, California, on the first full day of legal same-sex marriage in June last year. Photo/REUTERS In Summary Cleric says men are marrying one another

Church of Sweden to marry same-sex couples

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The Church of Sweden will marry same-sex couples, the general synod decided recently in a 176-62 vote. Rex Wockner news. PinkPaper.com 26 October 2009 The Church of Sweden will marry same-sex couples, the general synod decided recently in a 176-62 vote.

Mediaweek TV: Gay TV Now

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Pc was victim of homophobic attack

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A man battered by up to 20 thugs in a homophobic attack has been named as James Parkes – a trainee policeman. Pc Parkes was off-duty when he was attacked by the gang outside Superstar Boudoir in Stanley Street, Liverpool city centre, shortly before 10pm

Mediaweek TV: Gay TV Now, Episode 1

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The amount of gay and lesbian characters and subject matter is increasing exponentially on network and cable TV, and Mediaweek.com has noticed. So, we called on our video correspondent Alan Frutkin to investigate. We are pleased to present a new Web

Turkey blocks access to gay websites

Turkey has blocked two of its largest LGBT websites. Users of sites such as hadigayri.com and gabile.com are finding that instead of regular homepages, they are seeing messages stating that the site has been blocked by the Telecommunication Directorate.
The newly-created body is permitted to shut down websites without a court …

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