17 ‘cross-dressing tourists’ held in Dubai
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Police in the Gulf tourist hub of Dubai say they’ve detained 17 foreigners for allegedly displaying homosexual behavior in the city’s shopping malls and other public places. Police spokesman Zuhair Horoun says all the suspects are men who were either […]
Seven years ago two people spoke. What appears to be an intervention, an explanation or a scenario is now a public scrutiny for someone running for office. Politics through scandal is disgusting. Whether impropriety or discussion, influence peddling or loyalty, the Austin American Statesman has launched a controversy that will, no […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress has dropped legislation that would have expanded hate crime laws to include attacks on gays after it became clear the measure wouldn’t pass the House, aides said Thursday.
Legislation expanding hate crime laws to attacks on gays died in the House Thursday.
National Defense Appropriations Act, H.R. 1585, […]
You don’t have to bend your brain to understand why Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a Nobel Peace Prize winner. Below is from Archbishop Tutu’s recent BBC Radio interview which will air on November 27.
South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu has criticised the Anglican Church and its leadership for its attitudes towards homosexuality.
Who will be the next GOP hypocrite kicked out of the closet. Many already know who the two drag queens are in the photo.
H/T Pensito Review
In the wake of closeted Sen. Larry Craig’s self-outing in an airport men’s room this summer, Mike Rogers, the Washington-based publisher of blogActive who outed […]
Progressive and Pakistan, are rarely found outside the large cities. Interesting to find a cross dressing and drag queen with such a high profile. Ali Saleem hosts a television talk show!
“I get to have the best of both worlds”
-Ali Saleem By Sohema Rehan
Ali Saleem, aka Begum Nawazish […]
Most Seem to Favor Low-Key Approach Over Confrontational One
By Anton Troianovski Special to The Washington Post Saturday, August 11, 2007
… with a small gay rights movement taking shape amid a more frank pop culture, gays are struggling with altogether different questions. Should they openly confront what […]
After the events yesterday in the Senate, with the disgraceful and shameful behavior of Christians shouting at Rajan Zed, I have decided to fight back. For years I have sat back and complained to friend and family about the rude, obnoxious and hateful behavior of Christians in this country. Well, I’ve had enough.
Bail for Pakistan ‘same-sex’ pair
Doctors say Raj is still a woman, despite sex change operations
Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ordered that a couple jailed for perjury in a row over the husband’s sex should be released on bail, their lawyers say. The […]