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– One of the defendants in the Nevada same-sex marriage case, Carson City Clerk Alan Glover, has changed his position, saying he no longer opposes letting same-sex couples marry.
– The New Mexico Attorney General has recommended that the state recognize the same-sex marriages performed in Utah.
– A Detroit woman has sued the city police for discriminating against her for being HIV-positive.
– Coca-Cola has apologized for its virtual can campaign that censored the word “gay.”
– Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will reject the Anti-Homosexuality Bill unless scientists find proof that sexual orientation is a choice.
– A Nigerian woman has disowned her cat for being gay, claiming it was exhibiting “an unnatural sexual behavior.” None of her neighbors were willing to adopt him.