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Mormon university that bans ‘homosexual behaviour’ allows same-sex dancing for the first time

A Mormon university that bans “homosexual behaviour” will allow same-sex couples to dance on its campus for the first time ever. Brigham Young University (BYU) in Utah is run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon church. BYU’s honour code prohibits “homosexual behavior”, and students can be expelled for not adhering to the code.  It states: “One’s stated same-gender attraction is not an Honor Code issue. However, the Honor Code requires all members of the university community to manifest a strict commitment to...
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Gay writer Larry Kramer wants more people to write about gay history for an important reason

Legendary gay writer Larry Kramer has said he wants more authors to consider writing about gay history, claiming that most respected historians are straight. “They wouldn’t know a gay person if they took him to lunch,” Kramer told The New York Times. “A good example is Ron Chernow’s biography of Hamilton, which doesn’t include the fact that he was both gay and in love with George Washington. Gore Vidal pointed this out to me,” he added. Larry Kramer also touched on the controversy generated by his early works, including his...
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LGBT-friendly art show under fire for partnership with Qatar, a country that criminalises homosexuality

A French gallery has sparked outrage in the art world after it announced a partnership with a state-run museum in Qatar, a country where it’s illegal to be gay. The Palais de Tokyo in Paris is collaborating with the Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art on an exhibition called ‘Notre Monde Brûle’ (Our World Is Burning), as part of the Qatar-France 2020 Year of Culture. The show will offer a “fully political view of international contemporary creation seen from the Gulf,” according to Palais de Tokyo’s website. But critics have noted...
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