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As I write this, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has just promised a vote on repealing the military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy in the House of Representatives. She didn't give a date, only vowing that it "will be taken this year."

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Turkey: Activists removed during protest

Turkish civil rights activists held a protest after a government minister called homosexuality a "disease."

Poland: Gay erotic art gets major show

Beginning this month, Poland's National Museum will mount an exhibition of gay erotic art.

Malawi: Languishing in prison, man is 'gravely ill'

One member of a gay couple that was arrested after holding a public engagement ceremony is gravely ill, international civil rights activists assert.

India: Journalists arrested after blackmail plot

Two journalists who allegedly blackmailed a university professor with a tape of him having sex with another man have been arrested.

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Switzerland's Capital Cool

Zurich is known for its relaxed attitudes to the pleasures of sex, drugs and electronica.

Prop 8 trial set to resume in mid-June

The trial in the federal lawsuit against Proposition 8 is likely to finally wrap up in US District Court in San Francisco on June 16, when Judge Vaughn Walker has tentatively scheduled closing arguments.

Gays speak out against Arizona

Leaders admit they "know what it's like to be the target of discrimination."

A league of their own?

Gay athletic association sued over bisexual discrimination.

Not just a riot

Directors of Stonewall Uprising finally lay to rest some well-worn myths.

Northern Latitudes

A gay man's glimpse at life in the northernmost reaches of Scandinavia.

An about-face over Don't Ask, Don't Tell?

Protesters stage sit-in decrying John McCain"s flip-flop on gays in the military.

 Just Saying View Just Saying Archive  

My heart in San Francisco

Tony Bennett sang about leaving his heart in San Francisco in his 1962 hit song. Many a '60s hippy happily heeded Scott McKenzie's invitation to "wear some flowers in your hair," pointing their VW bugs west in search of love-ins, whacked weed and the freedom simply to be.

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Get a good night's sleep

If you're a regular traveler, sleep deprivation becomes a normal, almost ritualistic thing. Jet lag screws up your internal clock, foreign beds often feel weird, and work anxiety keeps you awake. Sleep seems to escape us when we need it the most. Insomnia is funny like that.

 Road Warrior View Road Warrior Archive  

"Kiss of love without end"

One moonlit night in Ghana, I visited an outdoor dance recital at a village I knew. The dancers came out in a line, plunging their arms to the ground and back up and turning around. A row of young drummers fluctuated beats like a hypnotizing orchestra. The white gauze of the African sky arched high above.

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Guide recommends Todd Alsup

Todd Alsup is on the road these days. His spring tour has focused on colleges and universities in the northeast. The tour culminates June 4 at the Rockwood Music Hall in New York. The trek precedes the release of Alsup's self-released, eponymous debut album (toddalsup.com). The 11 well-crafted songs on Todd Alsup, all penned or co-penned by the artist, are a gorgeous blend of soul and R&B, rock and pop. Consider Alsup the bastard child of Ben Folds and Robin Thicke as produced by the Fray -- or, in the case of Todd Alsup, Steve Greenwell, James Walsh and Jeremy Sklarsky. The lead single, "Let's Have a Party," is an exuberant pop jam. "The Way It Goes" is a heartfelt ballad that spotlights Alsup's late-'70s/early-'80s Billy Joel influences. The disco-splashed "The Only Thing" recalls the vibrancy of Stevie Wonder's "I Wish." Album closer "The Good Fight" is feisty and anthemic. Timeless, too.

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The burning library

In Berlin's Tiergarten park, a sign points out the former location of Magnus Hirschfeld's Institute for Sexual Research. The building was attacked by the Nazis in 1933, and its entire library was burned in the streets.

 Speaking Out (of his mind!) View Speaking Out Archive  

Lester is on vacation but check out the archived columns here.

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