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Vietnam man arrested for gay sex in Burundi released - Gay Star News

30 Sep 14, 03:09:56

Gay Star News

Vietnam man arrested for gay sex in Burundi released
Gay Star News
A Vietnamese man arrested for gay sex in Burundi has been released after paying a fine of 100,000 Burundian francs ($65). The man was released on 19 September, 76 Crimes reported, citing Burundian human rights group Movement for Individual Liberties ...

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Vietnam man arrested in Burundi for gay sex - Gay Star News

23 Sep 14, 10:09:05

Gay Star News

Vietnam man arrested in Burundi for gay sex
Gay Star News
A Vietnamese man was arrested last week in Karuzi in northern Burundi for gay sex. If found guilty he will be the first person convicted of the crime in the African country. Burundi adopted a new penal code in 2009 that punishes 'sexual relations with ...

Still Don't Get Leonard Cohen? Here's a 10-Song Primer. - Slate Magazine (blog)

01 Oct 14, 04:10:05

Slate Magazine (blog)

Still Don't Get Leonard Cohen? Here's a 10-Song Primer.
Slate Magazine (blog)
This re-telling of the biblical tale of Abraham and Isaac as an allegory of the Vietnam War was perhaps the first Cohen song I ever heard—its force reminded me of Bob Dylan's similarly prophetic tones on “A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall. ... It bores ...

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Protests Go Absurd - OZY

01 Oct 14, 05:10:52

OZY

Protests Go Absurd
OZY
Welcome to the evolution of protest, far from the grimly earnest, trash-cans-through-storefront-windows of the early Vietnam War demonstration era. ... Similar strategies are increasingly being used against viciously anti-gay Westboro demonstrations.

What if Supreme Court takes a pass on gay marriage cases? - Lynchburg News and Advance

01 Oct 14, 05:10:18

Lynchburg News and Advance

What if Supreme Court takes a pass on gay marriage cases?
Lynchburg News and Advance
A decision by the justices to reject calls from all quarters to take up same-sex marriage would allow gay and lesbian couples in Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin to begin getting married almost immediately. Rulings in their favor have ...

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WWII vets get trip to see memorial - Killeen Daily Herald

01 Oct 14, 02:10:55

WWII vets get trip to see memorial
Killeen Daily Herald
On the way to see the Korean and Vietnam memorials, a squadron of Navy personnel on their morning run stopped to shake the hands of the veterans from Texas, he said. The veterans visited Arlington Cemetery where two had the honor of place the wreath on ...

UN group condemns discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender ... - People's World

30 Sep 14, 09:09:26

UN group condemns discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender ...
People's World
Vietnam has never had laws on the books penalizing gays, lesbians or transgendered people. In a number of countries that have enlightened policies on sexual orientation, such as South Africa and Chile, the local communist parties played an important ...

Revisiting the Brooklyn bank robbery that inspired Dog Day Afternoon - Chicago Reader

01 Oct 14, 09:10:33

Chicago Reader

Revisiting the Brooklyn bank robbery that inspired Dog Day Afternoon
Chicago Reader
If you've ever seen Dog Day Afternoon, you surely remember its head-turning midmovie plot twist, when the Wojtowicz character is revealed as a gay man who wants money to finance his partner's sex-change operation. The Dog tells the story of a seemingly ...

UC Berkeley celebrates free speech movement's 50th anniversary - San Jose Mercury News

30 Sep 14, 01:09:10

UC Berkeley celebrates free speech movement's 50th anniversary
San Jose Mercury News
Students at Cal and other colleges would go on to fight for women's rights, gay rights, disability rights, and -- much later -- against apartheid in South Africa before settling into a broader activism today that engages thousands of students in many ...

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Orr: Texas textbooks need science reality check - Houston Chronicle

30 Sep 14, 09:09:14

Houston Chronicle

Orr: Texas textbooks need science reality check
Houston Chronicle
Scientists are constantly discovering new species of animals we never knew existed, such as the Yin-Yang Frog from Vietnam and the subterranean blind fish, which lives in an underground river that runs for 4.3 miles through limestone caves. Arguing the ...

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