Circumnavigate – the daily 429 roundup


Don’t have time to search out the news? We do. Let us help you circumnavigate LGBTA discourse from around the globe.

Cable network Pivot will introduce LGBT-friendly offerings. More>>

Several LGBT advocacy groups approve of the pope’s message but expect action. More>>

The state of Colima in Mexico legalizes LGBT civil unions. More>>

After an incident at a local pub in Fort McMurray, Canada, police are investigating if it’s a hate crime after the suspects burned rainbow flags. More>>

Teacher Ira Thomas linked gays to crack in an interview with the American Family Association. More>>

Vietnam will most likely not legalize marriage equality anytime soon, despite support. More>>

Russian police in Sochi beat and rape man with a crowbar over Winter Olympic housing job pay dispute. More>>

A lesbian couple, Holli Bartelt and Amy Petrich, will marry in the Mall of America. More>>

LGBT refugees will be directed to Papua New Guinea regardless of its anti-LGBT laws, according to the Australian government. More>>

Juli Yim and Lorelei Jones are the first same-sex couple to divorce in Colorado. More>>

LGBT advocacy groups from the US and Canada are supporting the vodka and Olympics boycott against Russia. More>>

ImmigrationDirect announced that they would accept LGBT marriage green card applications. More>>

The International Olympic Committee and NBC receive criticism for their response on the Olympic boycott. More>>

Equality Illinois request that Chicago officials sever ties with Moscow over their anti-LGBT laws. More>>

President Obama congratulates the San Francisco Giants for their LGBT advocacy. More>>

Relying on the speeches of anti-LGBT groups, Fox News continues to condemn protections for transgender students. More>>


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