-Randy Roberts Potts, gay grandson of televangelist Oral Roberts, shares about growing up in his grandfather’s shadow.

-Local activists successfully stage two gay pride demonstrations in Moscow.

-Malawi couple Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga are pardoned and released, but warned not to continue their relationship.

-Political instability delays the implementation of Nepal’s new constitution, which would include marriage equality.

-A federal appeals court grants the National Organization for Marriage a stay of the ruling that would have required it to submit its donor list to the Maine Ethics Commission.

-Pakistani Police break up a wedding between a man and a transgender woman.

-Same-sex partners of federal employees will qualify for certain benefits beginning next month.

-Conservative pundit Bill O’Reilly compares gays to Al Qaeda.

-The IRS revises its rules to recognize California domestic partnerships.

-West Valley City, UT enacts a non-discrimination ordinance.

-Egypt blocks the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission from gaining UN accreditation.

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