Here’s what you can expect on this week’s installment of This Way Out:

Incumbent New Jersey Governor Chris Christie debates marriage equality with his reelection opponent State Senator Barbara Buono; anti-gay U.S. organizations like the National Organization for Marriage, the Family Leader, and the American Family Association praise Putin’s Russia; cultural theorist and self-identified mischief-maker Charlie Bauer asks “Do I Look GAY?”; Cyprus outlaws hate crimes against sexual minorities; Iran nabs dancing “homosexual Satanists”; Moldova repeals its “no promo homo” law; Harvey Milk gets a stamp of approval; and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

Chris Christie, Barbara Buono; Bob Vander Plaats, Bryan Fischer; Charlie Bauer.

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Natalie Peoples & Wenzel Jones; producers: Wenzel Jones & Steve Pride. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional music: Alan Cumming.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | October 19, 2013 | 2:00 pm

Christie or equality? + US phobes praise Putin + More!

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Here’s what you can expect on this week’s installment of This Way Out:

Incumbent New Jersey Governor Chris Christie debates marriage equality with his reelection opponent State Senator Barbara Buono; anti-gay U.S. organizations like the National Organization for Marriage, the Family Leader, and the American Family Association praise Putin’s Russia; cultural theorist and self-identified mischief-maker Charlie Bauer asks “Do I Look GAY?”; Cyprus outlaws hate crimes against sexual minorities; Iran nabs dancing “homosexual Satanists”; Moldova repeals its “no promo homo” law; Harvey Milk gets a stamp of approval; and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

Chris Christie, Barbara Buono; Bob Vander Plaats, Bryan Fischer; Charlie Bauer.

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Natalie Peoples & Wenzel Jones; producers: Wenzel Jones & Steve Pride. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional music: Alan Cumming.

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