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.

LGBT leaders are skeptical that Serbia promises a Belgrade Pride despite the ban this year. More>>

Openly gay athlete Wade Davis has been announced as a judge for the 2014 Multicultural TV leadership Awards. More>>

A politican connects LGBT rights with Asian American and Pacific Islander rights (AAPI). More>>

Several LGBT advocacy groups aid with Obamacare. More>>

A coffee shop in Shanghai helps a woman fight homophobia. More>>

GLSEN will honor Lionsgate Film with the Respect Awards, despite funding the Ender’s Game. More>>

According to a Russian court, a lesbian protester can’t be prosecuted under the law that bans “homosexual propaganda.” More>>

The Philadeplhia Commission on Human Relations partner with the Office of LGBT Affairs to host the 4th annual LGBT history month celebration. More>>

Niagara shows a more LGBT-inclusive side. More>>

An LGBT Straight Alliance in Framingham High School wins a petition to declare LGBT History Month. More>>

The Liberty Counsel believe LGBT History classes are a form of sexual assault on our children. More>>

Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett compares marriage equality to incest. More>>

Singapore’s High Court legalizes a bill that criminalizes gay sex. More>>

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