This Way Out: International Lesbian And Gay Radio Magazine: No. 488

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This Way Out: International Lesbian And Gay Radio Magazine: No. 488
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(9:55 Minutes) Newswrap: International and local stories including updates on Ireland's first public same-gender wedding; New South Wales; Australia's Uniting Church; Sharon Bottoms; Zimambwe; Andrew Cunanan; Patrick Bristow; Armistead Maupin's More Tales of the City; Eddie Murphy; Tim Gill. (4:05) Florida: Case of June Amer and her life partner who had sought to adopt a foster child, but a Broward County circuit Court judge has upheld the state's contention that gays and lesbians are not fit to be adoptive parents because there's insufficient research to prove they can be. (4:35 Minutes) Chuck Penfold talks with a few of the delegates of the International Lesbian & Gay Association (ILGA) from Canada, The Netherlands and the U.S. at the annual ILGA World Conference. (7:20 Minutes) "Any Mother's Son"is the story of the brutal gay-bashing murder of sailor Allen Schindler by two of his shipmates, and his mother Dorothy Hajdys' battle to keep the U.S. Navy from covering it up.

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August 4, 1997
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August 4, 1997
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KPFK; Greg Gordon, Lucia Chappelle; August 4, 1997
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