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Church leader blames Ebola on gay people

We read an article on the Gay Star News website by Edwin Sesange about church leaders in Liberia who have blamed the deadly Ebola disease on gay people. The Ebola virus doesn’t discriminate. Many straight and gay people have died, many have been orphaned, and others have had their lives ruined over by the Ebola

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Las Vegas Marriage Industry Looks Towards Same Sex Marriages

The ailing Las Vegas marriage industry is looking towards same sex marriage to boost its fortunes. The 10th Oct 2014 was the first full day for same sex marriage in the Nevada city. A panel of judges from the ninth US circuit court of appeals lifted Nevada’s ban on gay marriage on Tuesday, and now,

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Gay Days Anaheim 3-5 October 2014

Gay Days Anaheim takes place at Disneyland from 3 until 5 October. There are a number of events and activities that take place as part of Gay Days Anaheim, including a pool party; an opportunity to view a number of television show screenings; a chance to drink cocktails and eat a fancy three-course meal. There

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Serbia Gay Pride march returns after four years

Serbia’s first Gay Pride march for four years has been held in the capital Belgrade, amid huge security, including special forces and armoured vehicles. Waving rainbow flags, hundreds took the short march through empty streets. Authorities had cancelled the event every year since marchers were attacked in 2010 – nine years after Gay Pride was

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Freddie Mercury – Famous Gay Men

Freddie Mercury was a legendary singer and performer, most famous for fronting the band, Queen. He was born on 5 September 1946 in the Sultanate of Zanzibar, which is now known as Tanzania, and was named Farrokh Bulsara. His parents were Parsis who had moved from India to Zanzibar due to his father’s job. Mercury

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