News Roundup: July 5, 2011

Headlines around the web – June 28, 2011 [Will be updated throughout the day]

    After New York: The (Near) Future of Gay Marriage (here via TIME) – “The next battleground will likely be a familiar one: California, where a court upheld same-sex marriage legislation in 2008 but saw it overturned by the ballot initiative known as Proposition 8 just months later.”


    Two Gay Soldiers Hide Identities After Attacked in Possible Hate Crime (here via The Advocate) - "The men had just left a club on Saturday night and were at a fast food restaurant with one of the go-go dancers, who is a friend of theirs, when a group of men began taunting them for being gay, the report said."


    US commits 'cultural terrorism' by sponsoring gay pride event in Pakistan (here via Al Bawaba) - "Just when it seemed relations between the US and Pakistan couldn’t get worse, a new wrinkle has developed, this time over US sponsorship of a gay pride event in Islamabad."

    Opera North denies homophobia (here via BBC) - "An opera company has denied being motivated by homophobia after scrapping a work by Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall."

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