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Cleric calls for eradication of homosexuality

A radical Shiite cleric has called for the “depravity” of homosexuality to be eradicated, but his spokesperson later said the remark should not be taken as a fatwa to kill gays.

Gloria Casarez (center), the city’s director of LGBT affairs, and members of the Anna Crusis Women’s Choir present Jane Golden (left), director of the city’s Mural Arts Program, with the choir’s inaugural Themis Award during the group’s May 30 “All Our Children Can Fly” concert.

Mayor Nutter shakes hands with members of the Philadelphia Firebirds women’s football team before the squad’s May 30 game against the D.

Longtime Philadelphia Inquirer staffer Gail Shister announced last week that she will leave the publication June 1.

The sponsor of New Hampshire’s gay-marriage bill, Jim Splaine (D-Portsmouth), walks off the House floor after an amended version of his bill was voted down 186-188 in the state House in Concord, N.

The California Supreme Court this week upheld the ballot initiative that banned same-sex marriage in the state, but also validated the thousands of same-sex marriages performed in the state when such unions were legal.

Last year’s inaugural Latino Pride Festival will return to the city next week, and organizers are determined to stage another successful event that unites LGBT individuals from the local Latino community and beyond.

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