Jerusalem Pride Parade defies death threats
Rubio dethrones Drag Queen Story Time
Mandela's prison becomes beacon of Pride
Senegalese mob attacks guest mistaken for gay
Australia’s new Labor government displays historic diversity
Survey reveals US Republicans reek of transphobia
Jerusalem Pride organizers and supportive government officials parade despite death threats that led to ten arrests, rightwing Florida Senator Marco Rubio leads the charge to cancel a Pride Month Drag Queen Story Time at a German U.S. Air Force base library, the Robben Island site of South Africa’s infamous political prison celebrates Pride for the first time, a homophobic mob in Senegal’s capital of Dakar brutally assaults a visiting U.S. musician whose attire suggests to them he might be gay, Australia’s new Labor Party P.M. Anthony Albanese will govern outright with a record number of women in the Cabinet and eight out lawmakers elected to Parliament, and irrational homophobia and transphobia move from the fringes to the mainstream of the U.S. Republican Party.
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