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Lesbian Kiss-In Aims to Make Brighton Store More Accepting

Lesbian Kiss-In Aims to Make Brighton Store More Accepting

Six-hundred students (and a few drag queens) entered the store to Katy Perry’s “I Kissed a Girl,” and started to kiss in support of their lesbian friends.

Marriage Ceremonies May Begin in Scotland December 31

The first same-sex marriage ceremonies in Scotland are expected to begin December 31, 2014.

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Kyrgyzstan Anti-Gay Law Passes with First Reading

Kyrgyzstan’s parliament voted to pass a proposed discriminatory anti-“propaganda” law on first reading Wednesday. The bill emulates Russia’s infamous law.

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Estonia to Begin Recognizing Same-Sex Partnerships

Estonia became the first former Soviet nation to legalize gay partnerships on Thursday with a 40-38 vote by lawmakers.

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Sweden’s Gender-Neutral Pronoun is Setting the Country Apart

Two years after the gender-neutral pronoun “hen” was introduced in Sweden, it seems to have finally started making an impact on gender equality.

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Iceland Invites Men to the Gender Equality Table

Iceland’s Foreign Minister Sveinsson announced that his country and Suriname will be having a conference to talk about equality, and only men are invited.

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Israel Health Minister Opposes Conversion Therapy

Israel Health Minister Yael German Israel signed a warning declaring conversion therapies aimed to change patients from gay to straight is harmful.

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Vancouver’s Gay Book Store Owner Jim Deva Dies

Deva, 65, and Janine Fuller ran the store for over 30 years. Deva also worked with the Vancouver Police Department to create a more LGBT-friendly force.

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Former French President Sarkozy: Same-Sex Marriage ‘Humiliates Families’

Sarkozy believes that gay marriage is humiliating “families and humiliating people who love the family.” His wife, however, disagrees.

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Lesbian Offers ‘Jewish Penicillin’ to Melbourne Community

She comes from a Hungarian/German family who established their life in Melbourne when her grandparents migrated after surviving the Holocaust and Auschwitz.

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