On this week’s edition of This Way Out:

Nigeria’s anti-gay law flogs offenders and fuels global protests; Behind the Queens unveils Vancouver’s drag scene; satirist Stephen Colbert crowns a King; “unnatural” arrests panic Zambia, Cameroon and Uganda, ambiguity attends the Pope’s new civil unions spin, the Dalai Lama is “okay” with marriage equality, and more global LGBT news.

Featured guests/speakers:

The Dalai Lama; Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway; several NYC Nigerian Embassy protesters; notable Vancouver.

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Tanya Kane-Parry & Christopher Gaal; Producer: Steve Pride. Correspondents: Kelly Cogswell & Harriet Hirshorn; Zack Singer & Deborah Power. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional content: Clive Barker; Cheap Trick.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | March 15, 2014 | 2:00 pm

Nigeria, Queens and a King + More Global LGBT News

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On this week’s edition of This Way Out:

Nigeria’s anti-gay law flogs offenders and fuels global protests; Behind the Queens unveils Vancouver’s drag scene; satirist Stephen Colbert crowns a King; “unnatural” arrests panic Zambia, Cameroon and Uganda, ambiguity attends the Pope’s new civil unions spin, the Dalai Lama is “okay” with marriage equality, and more global LGBT news.

Featured guests/speakers:

The Dalai Lama; Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway; several NYC Nigerian Embassy protesters; notable Vancouver.

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Tanya Kane-Parry & Christopher Gaal; Producer: Steve Pride. Correspondents: Kelly Cogswell & Harriet Hirshorn; Zack Singer & Deborah Power. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional content: Clive Barker; Cheap Trick.

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