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LGBT News Roundup 03.30.12

Editor's Pick: On Being Gay In Medicine: A Leading Harvard Pediatrician’s Story

CommonHealth.org

 

After Santorum Jokes About Pink Bowling Ball, Critics Pounce

New York Times

 

Obama could face election-year jam on gay marriage

Miami Herald

 

'Lesbian Families In The Deep South' At The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

Huffington Post

 

Outpouring in Chile over gay youth's death

CNN

 

Mitt Romney's PAC Funded Anti-Gay Marriage Group Under The Radar

Huffington Post

 

Facebook doesn’t add third sex, gay activist disables account

ZD Net

 

Gay man beaten with cane by 71-year-old woman speaks out

KHou.com

 

Gay Catholic activist dismayed at church campaign

ABC.net

 

GLAAD creates database of anti-gay commentators

Poynter.org

 

Gay marriage backers rally at Capitol in Minnesota

Star Tribune

 

Southeastern Seminary rallies support for gay-marriage ban

Associated Baptist Press

 

'Hollywood Squares' Goes Hip Hop: Why It Needs a Gay Panelist

Hollywood.com

 

From Prejudice to Persecution: Some on the Religious Right Have Crossed the Line in the Anti-gay Crusade

Huffington Post

 

Gay coming-of-age novel ‘Chulito’ puts Hunts Point in the literary map

New York Daily News

 

Anti-gay legislator retires: “Fruits of their labor”

Seattle Pi

 

School board settlement with ACLU stirs anger in Camdenton

The Kansas City Star

 

Gay-rights ‘champion’ Eddie Bernice Johnson draws 2 challengers

Dallas Voice

 

Christian Company Refuses to Make Gay Pride T-Shirts

Opposing Views

 

MP is criticised after voicing his opinions on gay marriage

This Is Kent

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Fri, Mar 30, 2012

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