1. Charlotte Laws supports gay rights - Intolerant Jackass Act - on radio show

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    Author Dr. Charlotte Laws discusses the ballot initiative she wrote called The Intolerant Jackass Act, which punishes anyone who brings forth an initiative that suggests the killing of gays or lesbians. Laws proposed this in response to the Sodomite Suppression Act (SSA). The SSA was drafted by a Southern CA attorney and calls for shooting gays in the head. Charlotte Laws is interviewed about her proposal on "Which Way, LA?" on KCRW on March 23, 2015 by Warren Olney. Other guests include Joe Matthews and Kim Alexander. Laws' proposal requires that intolerant jackasses (like McLaughlin) get sensitivity training and make a hefty donation to the LGBT community.

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    • Will openly gay figure skater Eric Radford make history?

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      Figure skating is a sport long associated with gay men, but it is surprisingly hard to find them. While skaters like Johnny Weir, Brian Orser and Jeffrey Buttle came out as gay, they never did it at the height of their careers. Eric Radford changed that and may now become the first openly gay man to win gold at the World Figure Skating Championships. This year the competition takes place in Shanghai, China on March 23 to 29. In the above interview Radford, his friend Dylan Moscovitch and Orser, talk about of homosexuality in figure skating.

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      • People voice opinions on Dolce & Gabbana controvery

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        In a recent interview with Italian magazine Panorama, Dolce & Gabbana said “the only family is the traditional one” and called babies conceived by alternative methods “synthetic. Elton John, who had two babies through surrogacy, called for a Dolce and Gabbana boycott. Other stars have also spoken against the comments. In the above interview, Daily Xtra is hit the streets to see what people think about this controversy.

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        • Same Love (acapella cover by UConn Notes Over Storrs)

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          UConn Notes over Storrs presents an acapella cover of Same Love by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis in support of marriage equality and LGBTQ rights. Special thanks to the Storrs Congregational Church for providing a space to shoot in and UConn students as a guest audience. Directed by: Mac Cherny and Diane Zhao Cinematography and Editing: Diane Zhao

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          • Same-sex marriage in Ireland?

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            Same-sex sexual activity wasn’t legalized in Ireland until 1993. Twenty-two years later, the country is close to reaching another milestone as it prepares to vote on a same-sex marriage referendum this May. In the above interview with Daily Xtra, author John Boyne talks about his civil partnership and how he thinks the Irish will vote.

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            • Trepadita (Corto) - Bulgaria Amore

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              La metamorfosis de un cuerpo masculino al femenino o viceversa puede ser hermosa. Es algo tan natural como comer, cagar, reír, cepillarse los dientes o tener sexo. Es como un juego donde dejas salir tu niñx interior. Nunca pierdas tu niñx interior. Juega, siempre juega y nunca dejes de soñar. Bulgaria Amore es el holograma que vive en el mundo real, ella es mi sueño hecho realidad.

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              • Proposal to ban conversion therapy

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                Ontario hopes to join California in banning conversion therapy for patients under 18 who identify as gay, lesbian or trans. The proposed legislation, introduced by NDP MPP Cheri DiNovo, also bans the use of OHIP funds for conversion therapy for those over 18. Find out more about this groundbreaking legislation which was inspired, in part, by trans youth Leelah Alcorn.

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                • Gripes, Grudges, and Grace

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                  2015, made on Final Cut Pro X © Peter Kalisch

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                  • Sexual Minorities and Development: A Short Film - FULL VERSION

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                    FULL VERSION - OFFICIAL Discrimination against individuals based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression (SOGIE) will always be a human rights concern. In addition to this rights-based approach, there’s also an economic component that is often overlooked. Research now shows that discrimination against sexual minorities—including but not limited to LGBT individuals—contributes to a cycle of poverty and can limit their ability to benefit from the means of economic development. Further, one’s opportunities in life, from education to employment to healthcare to justice to a life free of violence, are often limited by this discrimination. This film interviews LGBTI leaders from around the world to discuss the impact of punitive laws and social stigma, while also respecting the resilience of these communities to advance real change. The film ends with appropriate entry points for the World Bank to examine SOGIE within the development agenda; namely data collection and support for capacity building. We thank our partners on this film: Labrys (Kyrgyzstan), India HIV/AIDS Alliance, Mitr Trust (India), Quality of Citizenship Jamaica, The Color Pink Group (Jamaica), JFLAG (Jamaica), and Helem (Lebanon). Produced and Directed by: Phil Crehan and Jake Fagan with oversight by Fabrice Houdart. Full movie website will be available shortly. --------- The Nordic Trust Fund for Human Rights supports a knowledge and learning program for World Bank staff and management to develop a more informed view of how human rights relate to the Bank’s work. More information is linked here: http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/PROJECTS/0,,contentMDK:22312165~pagePK:41367~piPK:51533~theSitePK:40941,00.html

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                    • Darnell Moore on #BlackLivesMatter and Ferguson riots

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                      #BlackLivesMatter, a movement that aims to affirm the lives of black people, was created after Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by an American police officer in 2012. In the above interview, writer and queer activist Darnell Moore talks about organizing the protests in Ferguson last summer and the role LGBT people of colour play within this and other movements.

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