On this week’s This Way Out:

Russia’s LGBTs prepare for a post-Olympics apocalypse; a newly out U.S. college football star hopes to sack “pro-mophobia ; science fiction fuels Uganda’s “Anti-Homosexuality” law, El Salvador is spared from a marriage inequality amendment, America’s Justice Department reaffirms federal rights for married same-gender couples, it’s three up and one down for wedlock parity in the United States, Kansas considers a bias loophole law, and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder; Russian lesbian journalist/activist Masha Gessen, U.S. writer/college professor Jeff Sharlet; University of Missouri football star Michael Sam.

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Michael Allan & Natalie Peoples; Producer: Steve Pride. h/t: MSNBC, ESPN. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional content: Greg Louganis.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | February 22, 2014 | 2:00 pm

Russian Gays Post-Olympics + Sam vs. “Pro-mophobia” + More News

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On this week’s This Way Out:

Russia’s LGBTs prepare for a post-Olympics apocalypse; a newly out U.S. college football star hopes to sack “pro-mophobia ; science fiction fuels Uganda’s “Anti-Homosexuality” law, El Salvador is spared from a marriage inequality amendment, America’s Justice Department reaffirms federal rights for married same-gender couples, it’s three up and one down for wedlock parity in the United States, Kansas considers a bias loophole law, and more global LGBT news.

Featured speakers/guests:

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder; Russian lesbian journalist/activist Masha Gessen, U.S. writer/college professor Jeff Sharlet; University of Missouri football star Michael Sam.

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. NewsWrap reporters: Michael Allan & Natalie Peoples; Producer: Steve Pride. h/t: MSNBC, ESPN. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional content: Greg Louganis.

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