Friday, July 25, 2008

Morning Sweep

The L.A. Times reports that when legally married same-sex couples want to get divorced, the process can be unnecessarily messy.

CNN tells the story of a man in Iraq who has been tortured and raped because he is gay. The Bilerico Project is pleased to see the mainstream media finally cover the injustices faced by LGBT people in Iraq.

Homophobia also runs rampant in Jamaica, and the Daily News profiles a Queens filmmaker who is working on a documentary about the gay-bashing that is common there.

A judge has given the OK for lawyers to try Brandon McInerney, the 14-year-old accused of murdering gay classmate Larry King, as an adult.

That homophobic Snickers ad has been pulled.

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