[OutVoice] "Fruit Fly" in London+global LGBT news+more!

Greg Gordon greggordon2003 at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 9 11:56:24 EDT 2013

"THIS WAY OUT: the international lesbian & gay radio magazine"
Program #1,306 - distributed 04/08/13
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(hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle)
What entertainer Leslie Jordan's mother doesn't want you to know;
A Russian "Rainbow Minute" that definitely adds up;
Uruguay prepares for marriage equality, a judge won't register
a gay Paraguay couple's legal Argentine wedding, Gambia's President
calls gays satanic, Nepal's Blue Diamonds are in the rough, civil
unions spring from Arizona's "liberal oasis", and more global LGBT news

- In "NewsWrap": Uruguay appears to be a few months away from being the 
latest country to open civil marriage to lesbian and gay couples, but a 
judge in Paraguay refuses to register a gay couple's legal Argentine 
marriage, while the city of Bisbee, Arizona prepares to fight the state 
over its civil unions ordinance... Gambian President Yahya Jammeh once 
again almost literally tells gays and lesbians to drop dead, while a 
government office in Nepal is apparently bent on destroying the 
country's pioneering 12-year-old LGBT Blue Diamond Society... activists 
in St. Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city, plan a ban-defying 
Pride event, while a Brazilian import charges fans of his adopted St. 
Petersburg football team with racism and homophobia... and more LGBT 
news from around the world (written by GREG GORDON, produced by STEVE 
PRIDE, and reported this week by WENZEL JONES and CAROLE MEYERS).

"RAINBOW MINUTE" (produced at WRIR-FM in Richmond, Virginia by JUDD 

- LESLIE JORDAN packs a load of talent and personality into his 
4-foot-11-inch frame. He's a scene-stealing Emmy winner with prominent 
roles on TV shows like "Will and Grace," "Sordid Lives," "Ally McBeal" 
and "Star Trek: Voyager." Those credits, and his featured role in the 
Oscar-winning movie "The Help", have made Jordan a familiar face around 
the world. But the Chattanooga, Tennessee-born actor is also a natural 
storyteller. He toured some of his tales in a one-man show in the U.S. 
called "My Trip Down the Pink Carpet" that also had a successful run in 
London's West End in 2011. Jordan returned to the British capital last 
month with a new autobiographical slice of life called "FRUIT FLY", 
which he chatted up with ROSIE WILBY on her Resonance-FM "Out in South 
London" radio show...
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- "Everybody Has To Have A Mother" performed by THE NEW MISS ALICE STONE
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