[OutVoice] Queer forum quizzes Edwards & Obama on marriage & faith+global news

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Mon Aug 20 06:29:10 EDT 2007


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                             THIS WAY OUT
             the international gay & lesbian radio magazine
                Program #1,012, distributed 08/20/07
  (hosted this week by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle)
Queer US candidate forum quizzes Edwards & Obama on marriage and faith;
 A "Rainbow Minute" honors a former GOP President who backed equality;
Masked lesbigay activists reveal Uganda's homophobic repression, Dutch
officials investigate anti-queer aid recipients, Australians rally for
 marriage equality, Swedish priests go with Pride in Stockholm, a gay
   pastor preaches the Gospel in Malaysia, and more global GLBT news

* In "NewsWrap": Ugandan lesbigay activists make history at a first-ever news 
conference to demand their civil rights, while the Netherlands will promote 
LGBT rights to anti-queer countries that get their financial aid... "National 
Day of Action" demonstrations in Australia's largest cities demand marriage 
equality... a first-ever contingent from the Church of Sweden joins hundreds of 
thousands in the city's annual parade... the Evangelical Lutheran Church in 
America relaxes its rules on partnered lesbigay clergy, while Malaysia's first 
openly gay Christian minister conducts a historic queer worship service in Kuala 
Lumpur... and more GLBT news from around the world  (written by GREG GORDON, 
and reported this week by DON LUPO and JON BEAUPRE).

* "BACKING GAY EQUALITY, FORMER PRESIDENT GERALD R. FORD" is remembered in 
this "RAINBOW MINUTE" (produced by JUDD PROCTOR & BRIAN BURNS at the studios of 
WRIR-FM in Richmond, Virginia and read by JOHN DEBOER). . . . . . . . . .   
1:10

* When the Human Rights Campaign and the LOGO cable channel joined to host 
the first-ever nationally televised U.S. presidential forum on LGBT issues, six 
Democratic candidates answered the call.  Before a live audience on August 
9th, they tackled a wide range of issues, including HIV/AIDS and healthcare 
reform; national policy and legislative matters like "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," the 
Defense of Marriage Act, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, and hate crime 
protections; the complexities of religion and morality in politics; and the 
civil unions versus marriage debate. "This Way Out" aired excerpts from the 
remarks of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and former Alaska Senator Mike 
Gravel last time.  One of the other Democratic presidential hopefuls has become 
well known in the queer community for saying that he's "on a journey" regarding 
marriage equality.  Panelists JONATHAN CAPEHART of the "Washington Post," 
lesbian rock icon MELISSA ETHERIDGE, and HRC Executive Director JOE SOLMONESE 
tried to map the journey of former NORTH CAROLINA SENATOR and 2004 Vice 
Presidential candidate JOHN EDWARDS, with the able guidance of moderator MARGARET 
CARLSON of Bloomberg News.   First-term ILLINOIS SENATOR BARACK OBAMA is a big 
crowd-pleaser, but that didn't stop the forum panelists from also holding his feet 
to the fire on marriage equality and other key issues (this 3-part series 
concludes next time with Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Senator Hillary Clinton).
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