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Houston Voice, May 26, 2006 - File 007. 2006-05-26. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3769/show/3754.

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Title Houston Voice, May 26, 2006
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Ford, Nancy
Publisher Window Media
Date May 26, 2006
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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FACE-TO-FACE GAY OWNED & OPERATED 1.800.275.3090 LINKED VIATICAL BENEFITS www.houstonvoice.com HOUSTON VOICE news in brief Pope warns Spain not to confuse marriage VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Benedict XVI told the new Spanish ambassador to the Vatican May 20 that family based on marriage should not be "replaced or confused" by other institutions — an allusion to Spain's decision to marry same-sex couples. Benedict .said he hoped his planned visit to Valencia, Spain, in July to attend a church gathering dedicated to families would give him "an opportunity to celebrate the beauty and fecundity of the family based on marriage, its very high calling and its essential social value." The pope has been leading a church campaign in defense of traditional families. He also reiterated church opposition to abortion and euthanasia. Ambassador Francisco Vazquez described the meeting as "cordial and affectionate." Ties between the Vatican and Spain have been strained since Spain's Socialists took office in 2004 with an agenda that included legalizing gay marriage and making it easier for Spaniards to obtain divorce in the traditionally Roman Catholic country. In April, a senior Vatican official, Cardinal Alfonso Pope Benedict XVI may be visiting Lopez Trujillo, condemned a Spanish bill author- Spain in July, despite his opposition to izing gay adoptions. gay marriage in that country. Harlem gay group protests sex party banning condom use NEW YORK (AP) — The invitation arrived in Tokes Osubu's e-mail inbox on May 15, and the contents astounded him: Black and Latino men were being invited to attend a gay sex party the following weekend where condoms would be banned. Show up with a condom, the invitation said, and you'll be asked to leave. "I was shocked and disgusted," said Osubu, executive director of Gay Men of African Descent, a Harlem- based nonprofit group battling the HIV/AIDS epidemic among black gay men. Osubu sent the party's promoter a letter urging him to reconsider the policy, and the group planned to protest outside the East Harlem building where the party was scheduled to be held. The party comes just weeks before the 25th anniversary of the AIDS epidemic and at a time when black men are facing startlingly high HIV infection rates. Another N.C. soldier pleads guilty for role on gay porn site FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) - A soldier pleaded guilty May 16 to having sex on a military-themed website for money and was sentenced to three months in prison. A number of Army soldiers from Port Bragg, N.C, have been charged for appearing on ActiveDuty.com, an adult- oriented gay website with amateur military themed performances. Pfc. Wesley K. Mitten, 21, pleaded guilty to sodomy, conduct detrimental to the Army and cocaine use. He will be discharged from the service. "I am sorry for disgracing my family name and my unit," he said, according to the Fayetteville Observer. Mitten is one of seven soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division accused of appearing on the site. Two others. I'yt. Kagen B. Mullen and Pfc. Richard Ashley, have also pleaded guilty and were sentenced to prison. Federal judge strikes down Okla. gay adoption law OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal judge May 19 struck down a two-year-old state law that prohibited state officials from recognizing same sex adoptions from other states or countries. In a 31-page decision, U.S. District Judge Robin Cauthron ruled that the measure violated the U.S. Constitution's due process requirements because it attempted to break up families without con sidering the fitness of the parents or the best interests of the children. Instead, Cauthron wrote, the state statute "attempts that break up only because the... adults are of the same sex. Such an act cannot survive." The decision was attacked by supporters of the law, which was passed by the legislature with bipartisan support in 2004. "It's another case of an activist court trying to legislate from the bench," said state Rep. Thad Balkman (R-Norman). Gay activist's killer gets life in Jamaican prison KINGSTON, Jamaica — Twenty-five year old Dwight Hayden, who confessed to killing gay rights activist Brian Williamson, has been sentenced to life in prison. Radio Jamaica reported May 19. The newspaper vendor, who pleaded guilty to the crime two weeks ago, will serve 15 years behind bars before becoming eligible for parole, the radio station reported. The sentence was handed down May 19 in the Home Circuit Court by Justice Basil Reid. Williamson, the founding member of the gay rights group Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals & Gays, was found dead in his New Kingston apartment on June 7, 2004. The medical report said he was stabbed over 70 times. Human rights groups said that gay people are frequent targets of attacks and harassment in Jamaica, and thai Williamson may have been the victim of a hate crime. From staff and wire reports
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