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Gay couple get married behind bars after meeting during a bingo game in prison

A gay couple in Cyprus have gotten married while behind bars after they met during a bingo game in prison. Kevork Tontian and Wemson Gabral da Costa have become the second same-sex couple to get married in a European Union prison. Tontian, who is Cypriot, had such strong feelings for his Brazilian partner that he deliberately broke the law again after his release so they could be reunited. Gay man Kevork Tontian twice got himself back in prison so he could be reunited with his partner. The following year, Tontian...
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Israel education minister says his kids can’t be gay because they grew up in a ‘healthy, natural way’

The education minister in Israel has said his kids couldn’t be gay because they grew up in “a healthy and natural way.” Minister Rafi Peretz – who is also head of the Jewish Home party and a former chief rabbi in Israel’s Defence Forces – has been widely criticised for the remarks, which he made in an interview with Yedioth Ahronoth. When asked how he would respond if one of his own children came out as gay, he replied: “Thank God my kids grew up in a healthy and natural...
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Kate McKinnon says Ellen DeGeneres made it ‘less scary’ to be gay in Golden Globes speech

Comedian and actress Kate McKinnon has said that seeing Ellen DeGeneres on television in the 1990s made it “less scary” to be gay. McKinnon made the comment while presenting DeGeneres with the Carol Burnett Award at the Golden Globes, which recognises lifetime achievement in television. In her heartfelt speech, McKinnon said that DeGeneres gave her “a sense of self” in the 1990s through her sitcom Ellen, on which she famously came out as gay. “In 1997, when Ellen’s sitcom was in the height of its popularity, I was in my...
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Gay man beaten to death in front of husband by gang on Christmas Day morning

A gay Latinx man was violently beaten to death in front of his husband in the Bronx, New York in the early hours of Christmas Day. Juan Fresnada – who was known to friends as Cuba – was attacked alongside his husband Byron Caceres as they left a Bronx McDonald’s restaurant. The attackers stole just $1 from the man. In disturbing video footage, 60-year-old Fresnada can be seen being violently thrown to the ground where he was stamped on repeatedly. Shockingly, cars and buses can be seen driving past the...
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Lily Tomlin Marries Kathy Griffin on New Year’s Day

Okay, so Lily Tomlin didn’t actually marry marry Kathy Griffin, but she did officiate her wedding to longtime beau Randy Bick – and there’s video of the whole shebang. “She said yes!” Bick exclaimed in the video. And the whole thing was adorable. #HappyNewYears #2020NewYear #NewYearsDay pic.twitter.com/EV7gyjMFhV — Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) January 1, 2020 Yes, we officially got married early this morning. I’m going to post the whole 15 minute ceremony on my YouTube page tomorrow. We are editing out the vows because we wanted those to be private and...
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