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Openly Gay Candidate Pekka Haavisto Loses Finnish Presidency Election

Finland’s first openly gay presidential candidate Pekka Haavisto lost the elections. AFP reports: Finland elected Sauli Niinistoe as its next ...

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Gay Man Coul Be The New President Of Finland

Pekka Haavisto is the first openly gay candidate to run for head of state of Finland. The Associated Press reports: ...

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Newly elected Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller Supports Gay Rights

The newly-elected Prime Minister of Jamaica, Portia Simpson Miller, supported gays rights in an Election Leadership Debate. “No one should ...

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Watch The Hillary Clinton Speech Music Video

Secretary Clinton: ?Gay Rights Are Human Rights?. This video was produced by the U.S. State Department in December 2011. It ...

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Ross C. “Rocky” Anderson Launches Presidential Bid for 2012 Election

WASHINGTON, Dec. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On Monday, December 12, 2011, at 9:20 AM on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown, Ross ...

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Openly Gay Politician Elio Di Rupo Set To Become Belgium’s New Prime Minister

Elio Di Rupo is to become Belgium prime minister. The country has formed a new government after 19 months of ...

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President Obama Proclamation Commemorating World AIDS Day

On Thursday, December 1, World AIDS Day, President Obama will speak at an event hosted by the ONE Campaign and ...

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Barney Frank Won’t Seek Re-Election In 2012

Barney Frank, the first openly gay serving member of Congress will not seek re-election in 2012. CNN has the story: ...

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Israel’s LGBT Community To launch New Faction In Labor Party

Israel’s LGBT Community is about to launch a new faction of the Labor Party to advance community’s rights. Haaretz reports: ...

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Spain Prime Minister-elect Mariano Rajoy Opposes Gay Marriage Law

Maiano Rajoy, a politician who opposes the same-sex marriage law has been elected as the new MP of Spain. The ...

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