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Gay couples to sue NJ, seeking same-sex marriage

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Seven gay and lesbian New Jersey couples, along with many of their children, are going to court to try to force the state to recognize gay marriage.

The families say in their legal complaint that the

New York gay parade celebrates pride, marriage law


Thousands of gay activists and supporters descended on New York on Sunday for a triumphant gay pride march days after a landmark same-sex marriage bill was signed into law.

The parade, an annual trad

Throngs celebrate NY legalisation of gay marriage


Street parties broke out in traditionally gay Manhattan neighborhoods overnight on Friday to Saturday, as crowds danced, kissed and hugged to celebrate the legalisation of gay marriage in New York st

French parliament rejects gay marriage bill

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French lawmakers today rejected a bill presented by the opposition Socialist Party seeking to legalize same-sex marriage, despite growing public support for gay rights. The vote reflected opposition t

Supreme Court to hear legalisation on gay rights

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The Supreme Court will on Tuesday take up the issue of decriminalising gay sex among consenting adults in private.

A bench headed by Justice G.S. Singhvi would be hearing petitions filed by gay right

Gay Davies: Bell vows England support

Bengaluru: England wicketkeeper Steven Davies will have the full support of his teammates after publicly announcing he is gay, batsman Ian Bell told reporters on Monday.

Surrey gloveman Davies, 24, i

Massive gay kiss-in meets Pope in Spain

New York: As many as 200 gay men and women staged a massive make-out session in front of the Pope in Barcelona.

The Pope was on his way to celebrate mass at one of the city''s basilicas.

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US begins accepting openly gay recruits

The US Army, for the first time is admitting openly gay and lesbian candidates into its ranks, in line with a court ruling that suspended a ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military.

Gay Saudi Prince faces execution in homeland: Report

London: The Saudi Prince, who allegedly killed his manservant at a posh London hotel, faces execution in his homeland — not for the murder but "for being gay", a media report said.

A British court w

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