Hello, I’m Colin Fallesen and here are the
international LGBT news headlines from Pinksixty.
A report into Saturday’s Pride in Istanbul
has accused the police of engaging in hate speech.
It also says officers violated the constitutional
rights of participants by disbanding the rally
and failing to protect them from attack.
An Italian court ruled in favour of adoption
rights for same sex couples yesterday.
However, the court failed to rule that both
partners should be listed on a birth certificate.
The Australian Local Government Association
has passed a motion calling on the Federal
Government to legalise same-sex marriage.
The organisation, which represents 560 councils
urged respect for all Australians, no matter
their sexuality or gender identity.
As the US marks the first anniversary of the
Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality,
a new study has shown the impact on the economy.
It says same sex weddings represents over
$1.3 billion spend in the first year.
And finally, star of the 1970’s TV show
Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter is set to appear
in next season’s Supergirl series.
The camp icon will play the US president as
a recurring role, joining Teen Wolf’s Tyler
Hoechlin, who plays Superman & Clark Kent.
Well, that’s all from us at Pinksixty for
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