New Delhi, India— As the Naz Foundation had done four years ago, they found themselves back in front of India’s High Court over the same issue: Is homosexuality legal or not?
By Rodger Streitmatter—Entertainment Writer
A strong case can be made that Will & Grace gave LGBT rights a huge boost. Beginning in the fall of 1998 and continuing for the next eight seasons, the TV sitcom brought two gay men into American living rooms for 30 laugh-out-loud minutes every week.
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By Bob Minor
We're now in the throes of a backlash against equal rights for LGBT people that's in full swing while many think the fight is over. Its ferocity and meanness has been predicted not only in this column but elsewhere, with numerous warnings for us to prepare for this moment.
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