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Dutch filmmakers detained in Russia for ‘spreading homosexual propaganda’

| Monday, July 22, 2013
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MURMANSK, Russia -- Four Dutch filmmakers, including an elected Dutch city official, were arrested and briefly detained in this northern Russian city Sunday on charges of “spreading homosexual propaganda” under the country's new anti-gay laws.

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Charges likely for Satanists who performed ritual at grave of Westboro founder’s mother

| Monday, July 22, 2013
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MERIDIAN, Miss. -- Police in Meridian, Miss., say they plan to file charges against a group of self-described Satanists for performing a same-sex ritual at the grave site of the mother of Westboro Baptist church’s founder Fred Phelps.

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Four men charged in hate crime attack on two men they thought were gay

| Monday, July 22, 2013
Suffolk County PoliceClockwise from top left: Gregory Gilbert, Shane Buckley, Justin Buckley and Nicholas Battaglia are charged with attacking two men while using anti-gay slurs in Suffolk County.
NEW YORK -- Police in Long Island have arrested four men accused of an anti-gay attack over the weekend in which they severely beat two men while using homophobic slurs.

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‘The View’ takes shots at Ken Cuccinelli over support for sodomy law

| Monday, July 22, 2013
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The ladies of ABC's "The View" took their shots at Virgina Attorney General and GOP candidate for governor Ken Cuccinelli on Monday for his campaign pledge to reinstate Virginia's “crimes against nature” sodomy law that bans oral and anal sex among all consenting adults.

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UK to finally pardon famed code breaker, ‘convicted homosexual’ Alan Turing

| Monday, July 22, 2013
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Nearly 60 years after his death, officials in the United Kingdom plan to formally pardon famed British mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing who was chemically castrated after being convicted in 1952 of the crime of homosexuality.

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Cuccinelli stands by his beliefs that gays are ‘soulless’ and ‘self-destructive’

| Sunday, July 21, 2013
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RICHMOND, Va. -- Virginia Attorney General and Republican candidate for governor Ken Cuccinelli said in a debate on Saturday that he stands by his statements that LGBT people are "soulless" and “self-destructive.”

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita marry in New York

| Sunday, July 21, 2013
Jordan Strauss, Invision/APJustin Mikita and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
NEW YORK -- "Modern Family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson married his partner, attorney Justin Mikita in New York City on Saturday.

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Va. couple files federal lawsuit challenging state’s ban on gay marriage

| Saturday, July 20, 2013
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NORFOLK, Va. -- A Virginia couple on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit challenging the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

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Ohio couple challenges state law denying same-sex marriage

| Saturday, July 20, 2013
Jim Obergefell (left) and John Arthur (right) marry on a medically equipped jet on the tarmac at Baltimore-Washington Airport in Gen Burnie, Md., on July 11. Arthur's aunt, Paulette Roberts (center) officiated the wedding.
CINCINNATI -- Two Ohio men have filed a federal lawsuit alleging Ohio violates the U.S Constitution by denying legal recognition to same-sex couples married in states where gay marriage is legal.

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Philadelphia man accused of murder, dumping body of transgender lover

| Friday, July 19, 2013
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PHILADELPHIA -- A Philadelphia man is in custody on Friday after he allegedly murdered his transgender lover and then dumped her body parts in a vacant lot.

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