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    January 02, 2008

    GNW 5: Divided by church and state

    Posted by: Chris

    1. U.S. immigration law doesn't 'reunite' gay couplesU.S. immigration law doesn't 'reunite' gay couples: QUICK LOOK: Since 1965, U.S. immigration policy has had a clearly stated priority: "family reunification." In the past five years alone, this policy has enabled the legal spouses of 1.3 million ... (MORE)
    2. Aussie prime minister gives OK for ACT civil unionsAussie prime minister gives OK for ACT civil unions: QUICK LOOK: The Australian Capital Territory will have the first gay unions in Australia after Prime Minister Kevin Rudd gave his all-clear to the proposal yesterday. The nation's... (MORE)
    3. Coming out of 88-year-old lesbian makes 2007 listComing out by 88-year-old lesbian makes 2007 list: QUICK LOOK: Among the Orange County Register's stories from 2007 with the most readers views was the coming out story of 88-year-old Loraine Barr. The Laguna resident placed a typed,... (MORE)
    4. Pope warns of threats to family in New Year's sermonGay marriage threat to family, world peace: pope: QUICK LOOK: Pope Benedict ushered in the third New Year of his pontificate today with a call for the protection of the traditional family, which he said was vital for world peace... (MORE)
    5. Gay Muslims pack their very own dance floor in BerlinGay Muslims pack their very own dance floor in Berlin: QUICK LOOK: Most of the people filling the dance floor on Saturday at the club SO36 in the Kreuzberg neighborhood were gay, lesbian or bisexual, and of Turkish or Arab background... (MORE)

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      were gay, lesbian or bisexual, and of Turkish or Arab background.

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