PureLand sings out as “the girls they are”; early 20th century British suffragist/composer Edyth Smyth is remembered in a “Rainbow Minute”; India’s top court affirms trans-people, Malta bans trans bias and okays civil unions, Ethiopia eschews Africa’s trending homophobia while Zimbabwe’s Mugabe reinforces it, new laws in Brunei punish consensual adult gay sex with death by stoning, and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

Laurie Rubin & Jenny Taira (PureLand).

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Sarah Sweeney & Ryan Pest; Producer: Steve Pride. Correspondents: Abby Dees; Karen Burns (produced by Judd Proctor & Brian Burns). Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional content: Janis Ian.

 

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | April 26, 2014 | 2:00 pm

PureLand’s Global Radio Debut + LGBT News + More!

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PureLand sings out as “the girls they are”; early 20th century British suffragist/composer Edyth Smyth is remembered in a “Rainbow Minute”; India’s top court affirms trans-people, Malta bans trans bias and okays civil unions, Ethiopia eschews Africa’s trending homophobia while Zimbabwe’s Mugabe reinforces it, new laws in Brunei punish consensual adult gay sex with death by stoning, and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

Laurie Rubin & Jenny Taira (PureLand).

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Sarah Sweeney & Ryan Pest; Producer: Steve Pride. Correspondents: Abby Dees; Karen Burns (produced by Judd Proctor & Brian Burns). Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional content: Janis Ian.

 

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