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.
Stephanie Donald—Publisher, LGBT-Today
First, I must apologize for my prolonged absence and neglect of the magazine. I’ve been very sick for the past few months and although I feel much better, the medical community is somewhat at a loss as to what happened or why. Try living on Medicare sometime and you’ll find out that you’d definitely feel more secure if Moe, Larry and Curly were your doctors (nyuk, nyuk, myuk!)!Although “Pride” season isn’t quite over yet, the bigger cities have already held theirs and after seeing pictures, watching the video footage and reading the media accounts, all I can say for comment is: “Yawn.”
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