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Tuesday, 20 December 2011 19:11

Lady Gaga Voted Entertainer Of The Year




The team of Associated Press elected Lady Gaga, Entertainer of the Year. What do you think about it?

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Some weeks ago, I spoke about the decline of an anti-gay organization, Exodus International, and I concluded by saying that soon, one would surely hear about it again because it needs money so it has to act to try to find new sponsors. The organization seems to move towards anti-gay countries like Jamaica. That's why one can discover a whole page denouncing homosexuality on a jamaican newspaper, the Jamaican Sunday Express, titled What you should know about homosexuality.


Act Up, organization which fight against AIDS and LGBT discrimination, launches a campaign to push gay marriage in France via Act Up Paris whereas the presidential elections approaches.

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The U.S. Senate candidate in Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, would like her state is used as an example for the rest of the country concerning the LGBTQ laws.

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Two associations of psychological support for Jewish orthodoxe gays and lesbians received each one the Human Rights Award by France.

Saturday, 17 December 2011 22:31

DJ Wong Debut Album Will Be Released In 2012

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Rising Stars, can't go wrong with DJ Wong & DJ Ella Set To Release Hot New Single "We Control The Night" Where NEXT?

Friday, 16 December 2011 18:16

Ghana Wants To Eradicate Homosexuality


Contrary to other countries, Ghana will not change its anti-gay laws neither it will repeal them as the government decided I quote "to eradicate this sexual orientation."


The anti-gay laws of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus could be repealed, a proposal is currently written.

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