Circumnavigate – the daily 429 roundup

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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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