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According to the AP, The Delhi High Court ruled in against Section 377 which criminalized homosexuality in India, dealing a death-blow to the colonial law that affected over 17% of the world's gay and lesbian citizens. Though the ruling could be appealed to the Supreme Court, Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily said he would examine the high court's order before commenting. The ruling will initially only affect New Delhi's population, though the Naz foundation insists it will have a "persuasive" affect. It is now more likely than ever that the rest of India will follow and legal discrimination based on sexual orientation will be a thing of the past in the world's largest democracy!

Let the Indian gay sex tourism begin!

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Kind of... Indian men are really hot.


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Chris Geidner: In Iowa, judges are ousted.

Via Chris Geidner's Poliglot blog at Metro Weekly:


In Iowa, which declared Iowa's marriage ban unconstitutional under the state's constitution in 2009, the National Organization for Marriage got one of its first electoral victories this year. The judicial retention elections appear to have resulted in the replacement of all three justices up for a vote this year.

Here, as of 3:35 a.m. and with 1767 out of 1774 precincts reporting, are the Iowa Secretary of State's election results:

Supreme Court Justice David L. Baker
Yes 443437 45.75%
No 525865 54.25%

Supreme Court Justice Michael J. Streit
Yes 442459 45.6%
No 527921 54.4%

Supreme Court Chief Justice Marsha Ternus
Yes 437118 44.99%
No 534486 55.01%

The court was unanimous in its 2009 ruling that Iowa's constitution required marriage equality."

Can we trust Rasmussen anymore?


Happy Hour Roundup will be coming late today. Fortunately, there is lots of news to report on! Unfortunately, there will be no time for me to collect it and send it. Expect it between 5pm and 6pm!