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The Georgia Voice - 5/28/10 Vol. 1, Issue 6

The Georgia Voice - 5/28/10 Vol. 1, Issue 6

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Atlanta's Police Department reaches out to the city's LGBT community after the botched raid on the Atlanta Eagle, but does the community want to listen?
Atlanta's Police Department reaches out to the city's LGBT community after the botched raid on the Atlanta Eagle, but does the community want to listen?

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Published by: The GA Voice on May 27, 2010
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“I will give you a scaring sentenceso that the public be protectedfrom people like you, so that weare not tempted to emulate thishorrendous example.”
—Judge Nyakwawa Usiwa-Usiwa of Malawi, sen-tencing gay couple
Steven Monjeza
and
TiwongeChimbalangato
to 14 years in prison under hardlabor for “gross indecency.” The couple’s publicengagement ceremony is believed to be the firstfor the nation, where homosexuality is illegal.Amnesty International has deemed the coupleprisoners of conscience. (BBC News, May 20)
“How can they get 14 years simplyfor loving one another? Even if theyare jailed for 20 years you can’tchange their sexuality.”
— Grift Trapence, a leader of the human rightsgroup Centre for Development of People, inMalawi (BBC News, May 20)
“Just over one yearago, when the IowaSupreme Court de-cided to ignore Iowalaw and grant samesex couples theability to get married in our state, Ipredicted that the decision, absentaction by the state legislature toenact a marriage license residencyrequirement, would turn Iowa intothe gay marriage Mecca.”
— U.S. Rep.
Steve King
(R-Iowa,) arguing that to pro-tect Iowa from gay “altar shoppers,” the state shouldenact a marriage license residency requirement andamend the state constitution to stop gay marriage.
Atlanta police want to sweeten relation-ship with LGBT community.
Page 4
First federal hate crimes conferenceheld in Atlanta.
Page 6
Ga. Senate race pits longtime allyagainst gay-friendly newcomer.
Page 8
Savannah LGBT rights rally attractshundreds.
Page 8
LGBT immigration forum focuses onAsian Americans.
Page 8
White House endorses plan to repeal‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.
Page 11
Where Georgia’s congressional delega-tion stands on DADT, ENDA.
Page 11
Editorial: It will take more than a breakfast torestore trust in APD’s LGBT liaison.
Page 12
Speaking Out: Readers react to RegularGuys, Shirt Off My Back campaign.
Page 13
All-night party to create what Back-street would have been.
Page 15
Theater: Find forbidden ‘Loot’ atOnStage Atlanta.
Page 16
Sports: Atlanta Bucks rugby team isBingham Cub bound.
Page 17
Books: Atlanta therapist delves into‘lesbian bed death.’
Page 19
Atlanta Cotillion pits debs in race to raisemoney for HIV fight.
Page 21
Premiere Party puts ‘festive white’ in therainbow.
Page 22
Georgia Spotlight: South Georgia Pride,Georgia Equality.
Page 23Pages 24-26
• Breaking news as it happens• Calendar and daily event highlights• Photo albums and video galleries• Share ‘Your News’ and ‘Your Voice’
05.28.10
OUTSPOKEN
BY THE
NUMBERS
 
“When I first moved to Nashville, I worked at Opryland and thereare a lot of gay boys running around at those themeparks. I wasafraid there was some identifiable factor in me that they couldpick up on, that they might know that I was gay.”
2
Openly gay bishops in theEpiscopal Church, after Rev.Canon Mary Glasspool wasconsecrated May 15.
7
Years since the Episcopal Churchconsecrated its first openly gaybishop, Rev. Gene Robinson, settingoff a schism in the 77 million-mem-ber worldwide Anglican Communion
801
Congregations in theAnglican Church of NorthAmerica, a rival groupformed by churches opposed to the Epis-copal Church’s increasing gay inclusion
31
Percent of respondents toa recent GA Voice surveywho said they are currentlyactive in a church
— Country singer
Chely Wright
, who recently came out, in a candid interview last week withOprah Winfrey (“Oprah” via ContactMusic.com, May 19)
IN THEIR OWN WORDS
NEWSVOICESCALENDARCOMMUNITYtheGAVOICE.com
Sources: Boston Globe, Anglicanchurch.net, thegavoice.com
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