Adoption rights and religious exemptions advance New Zealand marriage equality; recalling the 1980 CBS-TV program that sensationalized gay San Francisco’s “dirty laundry”; Australia’s Parliament turns down a civil marriage proposal, similar French legislation is less than equal, Jamaica’s Education chief trashes a tolerant textbook, the British producer of a pro-gay Ugandan play gets bailed, Barney thumbs his nose at “Don’t Ask” repeal critics, and more LGBT news from around the world. 

U.S. Congressman Barney Frank; N.Z. MP Louisa Wall; venerable U.S. gay activists Cleve Jones, Harry Britt, Jim Kepner, Ivy Bottini, and Armistead Maupin, and political consultant Pacy Markman. 

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. “NewsWrap” reporters: Wenzel Jones and Rick Watts; producer: Steve Pride. Correspondent: Ross Stevenson. Theme music: Kim Wilson. Additional music: Don Henley.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | September 29, 2012 | 2:00 pm

The Crotch-Level Camera”+Kiwi rites+LGBT news (#1278)

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Adoption rights and religious exemptions advance New Zealand marriage equality; recalling the 1980 CBS-TV program that sensationalized gay San Francisco’s “dirty laundry”; Australia’s Parliament turns down a civil marriage proposal, similar French legislation is less than equal, Jamaica’s Education chief trashes a tolerant textbook, the British producer of a pro-gay Ugandan play gets bailed, Barney thumbs his nose at “Don’t Ask” repeal critics, and more LGBT news from around the world. 

U.S. Congressman Barney Frank; N.Z. MP Louisa Wall; venerable U.S. gay activists Cleve Jones, Harry Britt, Jim Kepner, Ivy Bottini, and Armistead Maupin, and political consultant Pacy Markman. 

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. “NewsWrap” reporters: Wenzel Jones and Rick Watts; producer: Steve Pride. Correspondent: Ross Stevenson. Theme music: Kim Wilson. Additional music: Don Henley.

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