Greg Gordon greggordon2003 at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 22 14:58:51 EDT 2015

"THIS WAY OUT: the international LGBT radio magazine"
Program #1,434 - distributed 09/21/15
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(hosted this week by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle)
"Out of Orange" is the new book;
Australia's new boss backs the old plan for marriage equality;
Nepal includes LGBT rights in its new constitution, Anglican unity
faces a renewed personality split, that infamous Kentucky clerk
inspires more hapless equality resistance, India's top court agrees
to decide if homosexuality is evil, and more global LGBT news!

- In "NewsWrap": Nepal becomes only the 4th country on the planet to recognize the citizenship of LGBT people and protect them from discrimination in its national constitution, while the sweeping LGBT anti-bias provisions of Thailand's new Gender Equality Act come into force… the Archbishop of Canterbury calls what appears to be a "make or break" leadership meeting of the Church of England's fractious Global Anglican Communion for January 2016, while Welsh Bishops fall short of the votes needed to approve Church weddings for same-gender couples…recalcitrant Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis is joined by Washington County, Alabama Probate Judge Nick Williams in futile resistance to the U.S. Supreme Court's June marriage equality ruling… India's Supreme Court agrees to decide if homosexuality is a "social evil"… and more global LGBT news (produced by STEVE PRIDE, written by GREG GORDON, and reported this week by CHRISANNE EASTWOOD and JOHN DYER V).

- Australia's new boss has the same plan for marriage equality as the old boss. Activists had high hopes that the ouster by his Liberal Party of Prime Minister Tony Abbott would finally mean a free vote on the issue in Parliament. But new PM MALCOLM TURNBULL intends to go ahead with a costly public vote, as he told lawmakers on September 15th in response to a question on the floor by Opposition Labor Party Deputy Leader TANYA PLIBERSEK (with acoustic intro/outro music by PETE TOWNSEND).

- "This Way Out" correspondent ABBY DEES looks at the flip side of "Orange Is the New Black" in a conversation with memoirist CLEARY WOLTERS – after our literary commentator JANET MASON has a few words about Wolters' "OUT OF ORANGE" (with intro/outro music from the "Orange Is The New Black" TV theme).
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