-Warren Throckmorton counters the religious right’s reaction to the SPLC’s expanded list of anti-gay hate groups.

-New Delhi hosts its first pride parade since India decriminalized homosexuality.

-Apple Computer removes an anti-gay app from its library.

-The Pentagon’s report on ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ finds little risk in allowing gay servicemembers to serve openly.

-Tony Perkins blasts the SPLC for adding the Family Research Council to its list of hate groups, then promptly turns around and proves the SPLC’s point.

-The Illinois legislature passes a civil unions bill.

-Hungary adopts a new constitution that bans same-sex marriage.

-Kenyan Prime Minster Raila Odinga claims a statement he made calling for the arrest of all gays was taken out of context.

-Judge Stephen Reinhart refuses a request by religious right advocates to recuse himself from the Prop 8 trial.

-The US military service chiefs testify that they would be comfortable with a repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” given adequate time to implement the change.

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