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Taiwan sends marriage equality case to top judges

A Taiwanese court on Thursday shrank away from ruling on a gay couple's wish to have their marriage registered, saying it would pass on the controversial case to the island's top judicial body.

Agence France-Presse
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December 20, 2012
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New Gallup Poll On LGBT Issues

While 53% of Americans support legalizing same-sex marriage, significantly higher percentages support the idea of equal rights for partners or spouses of gays or lesbians when it comes to inheritance rights and employee benefits, and making it legal for gays and lesbians to adopt children.

Joe My God
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December 19, 2012
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El pueblo de Puerto Rico y todos los latinos merecen algo mejor

[In English] A young man is kidnapped, robbed then beaten to death and his body burned. Adding to this already awful situation, TV host, Antulio “Kobbo” Santarrosa and the life-sized puppet he voices, La Comay, re-victimize publicist José Enrique Gómez Saladín by suggesting that if he allegedly was in an area known for “prostitution and homosexuality,” as his killers claim, he may have brought the violence on himself.

The Huffington Post
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December 19, 2012

Russia delays debate on anti-gay 'propaganda' law

Russia’s State Duma has postponed the first reading of a bill designed to fine people who ‘promote homosexuality’ to children. The Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, was due to debate the law tomorrow (19 December).

Gay Star News
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December 19, 2012
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Workplace Protections For LGBT Workers Remain Stalled

In 1996 — the year the United States Senate passed the Defense of Marriage Act — the body also came within one vote of passing a bill to outlaw discrimination against gays and lesbians.

BuzzFeed Politics
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December 19, 2012
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Mikhail Sebastian, Gay Armenian Man, Is Stateless In American Samoa

An ethnic Armenian gay man has been living what has been described as the real-life version of "The Terminal" in American Samoa. As CNN reports, Mikhail Sebastian is an ethnic Armenian who fled Azerbaijan when the Soviet bloc began to crumble in the 1990s.

Gay Voices (The Huffington Post)
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December 19, 2012
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