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  • Students And Staff In Batavia Told Of Teacher's Plans For Sex Change

    08/24/2006 11:24:18 AM PDT · by Ouderkirk · 23 replies · 666+ views
    WHAM News ^ | 8/24/06 | Staff
    WHAM News has learned parents and students in Batavia will soon be told about a high school teacher who plans to change his gender. WHAM News has learned parents and students in Batavia will soon be told about a high school teacher who plans to change his gender. WHAM News has obtained a copy of a letter sent home to parents of Batavia High School students, in which the superintendent invites the parents to an informational meeting this coming Monday night. The letter says officials will present information concerning what is being called the "gender transition" of one of the...
  • Catholic Church flexes political muscle in Massachusetts

    10/03/2005 8:21:32 PM PDT · by Coleus · 26 replies · 517+ views
    South Coast Today ^ | 10.02.05 | Joseph R. LaPlante
    Prayers and petitions are greeting Catholics this morning across the state in the opening salvo of a drive to place on the ballot a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage. The four Catholic bishops of Massachusetts have christened today "Protect Marriage Sunday," a kick-off signature-gathering blitz with a goal of putting 120,000 names on petitions by Thanksgiving. "This is retail politics," said professor Christopher Duncan, chairman of the Political Science Department at the University of Dayton, which is run by the Marianist Fathers. "You are one click or two away from candidates' pictures on the pulpit." Pastors and politics...
  • Hundreds of gays, lesbians to marry today (Houston, Texas)

    02/12/2005 6:17:34 AM PST · by Libloather · 58 replies · 1,344+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | 2/12/05 | ALLAN TURNER
    Hundreds of gays, lesbians to marry today By ALLAN TURNER Houston Chronicle Feb. 12, 2005, 1:06AM Wedding bells will ring this afternoon for Mike and Vince, Michelle and Kelly, Dennis and Bruce and hundreds of other Houston gays and lesbians who will tie the knot in what may be Texas' largest same-sex wedding — a wedding that, although the state rejects its validity, participants insist will strengthen their relationships and provide a beacon to future generations. Between 100 and 200 couples are expected for the mass wedding ceremony at Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church, 2025 W. 11th St., which ministers to...
  • U.N. Accused of Rape, Pedophilia, Prostitution

    11/24/2004 10:14:23 AM PST · by drpix · 28 replies · 1,207+ views ^ | November 24, 2004 |
    U.N. accused of rape, pedophilia, prostitution - Civilians, staff in Congo under internal investigation The United Nations claims it is investigating about 150 allegations of sexual abuse by U.N. civilian staff and soldiers in the Congo, some of them recorded on videotape. The charges include accusations of pedophilia, rape and prostitution, said Jane Holl Lute, an assistant secretary-general in the peacekeeping department. Lute, an American, said there was photographic and video evidence for some of the allegations and most of the charges came to light since the spring. In May the United Nations reported some 30 cases of abuse among...
  • State Medicaid rejects liver transplant for Altoona man with HIV

    11/21/2003 12:43:16 PM PST · by Willie Green · 51 replies · 431+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | Friday, November 21, 2003 | Anita Srikameswaran
    <p>State Medicaid officials have refused to pay for a liver transplant for an Altoona man because he is infected with HIV, a position the man's attorneys argue is discriminatory and not based on current medical knowledge and practice.</p> <p>William Jean Gough, 46, meets the medical criteria for the procedure and his survival chances are as good as someone who isn't infected with the AIDS virus, said Hayley Gorenberg, AIDS project director at Lambda Legal in New York, which, along with the AIDS Project of Pennsylvania, is representing Gough in his appeal of the decision.</p>