Cause for alarm:
The Chinese government says that new HIV cases have
in the past two years.
Robinson to speak tonight:
Bishop Gene Robinson, the first openly gay and
partnered priest to be elected as
an Episcopal bishop, will
at Atlanta's Emory University about the divisions his
2003 election caused in the church.
He may not be a "homophobe," strictly speaking, but
views on gay people
"should raise some concerns," says the
Los Angeles Times
Bracing for the clampdown:
Religious and political leaders in
are stepping up their efforts to pass a law against
Just in case:
Auditing begins today on the vote that
upheld LGBT rights
in Gainesville, Fla., last week.
continue their protests
against the planned veto of Gov. Jim Douglas in Vermont.
Thanks, but no thanks:
Former D.C. mayor Anthony Williams
his application to join the Order of Malta, a Catholic
service society, after members objected to his support for
gay and abortion rights.