[OutVoice] Kucinich and Clinton respond to queer questioning + global GLBT news

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Mon Aug 27 04:31:09 EDT 2007

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                             THIS WAY OUT
             the international gay & lesbian radio magazine
                Program #1,013, distributed 08/27/07
  (hosted this week by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle)
 Dennis Kucinich and Hillary Clinton face the queer presidential forum;
    U.S. Congressman Barney Frank is profiled in a "Rainbow Minute";
  A gay Canadian MP ties the knot but a civil union announcement irks
Anglicans, an Italian official calls for queer "ethnic cleansing" while
a Florida mayor is flushed with gay sex phobia, Tokyo and Sofia proudly
            celebrate and educate, and more global GLBT news

* In "NewsWrap": M.P. Scott Brison becomes the first lesbigay federal 
politician to wed his same-gender partner since Canada established marriage equality 
in 2005, while openly-gay New Hampshire Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson tells 
the BBC that he plans to enter into a civil union with his partner when they 
become legal in his state on January 1st, sparking more anti-queer comments from 
Nigerian Anglican Archbishop Peter Akinola... two politicians insert feet 
into homophobic mouths... Tokyo queer advocates march with Pride, while Bulgarian 
activists promote "accurate and fair information" about GLBT people and safe 
sex... and more GLBT news from around the world  (written by GREG GORDON, and 
reported this week by JON BEAUPRE and RICK WATTS).

* Openly gay "BARNEY FRANK, QUICK-WITTED CONGRESSMAN" is profiled in a 
"RAINBOW MINUTE" (produced by Judd Proctor & Brian Burns at WRIR-FM in Richmond, 
Virgina and read by Virginia State Delegate Adam Ebbin).

* LGBT visibility in the U.S. political process was raised to a new level 
with the historic presidential candidate forum hosted by the Human Rights 
Campaign and televised live by the LOGO cable television channel.  The 2-hour event 
featured individual appearances by six Democratic contenders for the White 
House.  In the first two parts of This Way Out's coverage of the forum, we’ve 
excerpted the remarks of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and Senators Mike 
Gravel, John Edwards, and Barack Obama.  There are two more candidates to be 
heard from: he's considered a long shot for his party's nomination, but Ohio 
Congressman DENNIS KUCINICH would be a sure bet for LGBT rights.  HILLARY CLINTON 
is by most accounts at the front of the Democratic pack.  They each faced 
panelists JONATHAN CAPEHART of the "Washington Post," lesbian rock icon MELISSA 
of Bloomberg News. 
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