On this installment of This Way Out:

Emmy-winning entertainer Leslie Jordan dishes Hollywood with some “Show Pony” tales; “Rainbow Minutes” remember queer comings and goings in 2013; nightmare anti-gay laws pass in Nigeria and Uganda, Cuban lesbians & gays get workplace anti-bias protections, a U.S. Supreme Court stay stymies Utah marriage equality while the high court in the “Land of Enchantment” opens civil marriage to same-gender couples, but an unrepentant United Methodist Church pastor gets defrocked for Christmas, and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

Leslie Jordan

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Wenzel Jones & Pam Marshall; producer: Steve Pride; correspondents: Steve Pride, Abby Dees & Chris Wilson; Dustin Richardson. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional material: Zrazy; Sarah Sweeney.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | January 11, 2014 | 2:00 pm

Leslie Jordan + 2013 Comings & Goings + Global LGBT News

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On this installment of This Way Out:

Emmy-winning entertainer Leslie Jordan dishes Hollywood with some “Show Pony” tales; “Rainbow Minutes” remember queer comings and goings in 2013; nightmare anti-gay laws pass in Nigeria and Uganda, Cuban lesbians & gays get workplace anti-bias protections, a U.S. Supreme Court stay stymies Utah marriage equality while the high court in the “Land of Enchantment” opens civil marriage to same-gender couples, but an unrepentant United Methodist Church pastor gets defrocked for Christmas, and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

Leslie Jordan

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Wenzel Jones & Pam Marshall; producer: Steve Pride; correspondents: Steve Pride, Abby Dees & Chris Wilson; Dustin Richardson. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional material: Zrazy; Sarah Sweeney.

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