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Mexico Legalizes Gay Marriage

Associated Press

(Mexico City) Mexico City enacted Latin America’s first law recognizing gay marriage Dec. 28 and said it hopes to attract same-sex couples from around the world to wed. The law, approved by city legislators on Dec. 21, was published in Mexico City’s official register Tuesday and will take effect in March.

Vail Ski Week

(Vail, Colo.)—Gay Ski Week is back in Vail this winter. The mountain resort skipped the weeklong promotion last year because of the economic downtown.

Burj Khalifa Tower, Dubai - World's Tallest Building
Associated Press

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Dubai opened the world's tallest skyscraper Monday, and in a surprise move renamed the gleaming glass-and-metal tower Burj Khalifa in a nod to the leader of neighboring Abu Dhabi — the oil-rich sheikdom which came to its rescue during the financial meltdown.

Activists Protest Pending Uganda Anti-Gay Law

For many Americans who grew up in the 1970s, mention of the nation of Uganda conjures up images of its notorious dictator and 'president-for-life' Idi Amin, whose reign of terror during a decade of rule was characterized by corruption, repression, human rights abuses, and what has been estimated between 100,000 and 500,000 murders between 1971 and 1979.

Sharon Lubinski, Gay U.S. Marshall

Mark it down as one small step for women, one great step for America, and yet another proud leap for gay and lesbian rights under the Obama Administration.Minneapolis assistant police Chief Sharon Lubinski has become the first openly gay U.S. marshal. Publisher Norm Kent

Norm Kent Announces Debut of New GLBT Weekly, ‘South Florida Gay’Gay News, Straight FactsFort Lauderdale attorney Norm Kent announced today the inauguration of a new GLBT newsweekly, published under the banner of “South Florida Gay”

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