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NewsWrap February 14, 2022


HEADLINES

Poland “protects” students with anti-queer curriculum cops

Florida advances “Don’t Say Gay” with Tennessee behind

U.S. confirms first lesbian of color to ambassador-level job

Cardinal Hollerith calls for Catholic change on homosexuality

Indian officials want to get the GAY out of Gaya


SUMMARY


Polish lawmakers approve a “no promo homo” bill that installs government supervisors in schools, Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill is passed by a state Senate committee, anti-LGBTQ educational censorship spreads to Tennessee, Chantale Wong’s confirmation as U.S. Director of the Asian Development Bank makes her the first out lesbian and person of color to hold an ambassador-level post in the federal government, Luxembourg Roman Catholic Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich of Luxembourg calls for “a fundamental revision” to the doctrine that same-gender sex is sinful, and conservative Indian lawmakers request the International Air Transport Association change the holy city of Gaya’s airport code to something less “embarrassing” than GAY.


NewsWrap is reported this week by Wendy Natividad and John Dyer V, produced by Brian DeShazor. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for international LGBTQ weekly news.