Today’s LGBTIQ News Headlines from Pinksixty.com
The new Bishop of London failed to answer questions on LGBT rights in the Church during an interview yesterday. Sarah Mullally said she’s involved in the ‘period of reflection’ over LGBT people in the church, which has been a divisive issue for over 30 years.
A young gay couple has died in a fire at the Cameron House Hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond in Scotland. Simon Midgley and Richard Dyson were enjoying a weekend break when the fire broke out early Monday morning.
Indonesia’s Religious Affairs Minister called for LGBT people to be ‘nurtured, not shunned’ this week. He wants to ‘re-educate’ gay people with religious doctrine, saying being gay is a mental illness, requiring compassion and treatment.
Members of the European Parliament and Human Rights Commission have urged Turkey’s EU Ambassador to revoke a ban on LGBT events, which came into effect last month. In an open letter, they described the move as “a blatant violation of international law.”
And finally, Lady Gaga has signed a multi-million dollar deal to secure a residency at the MGM Park Theater in Las Vegas next year. She’ll perform an initial 74 dates, with the possibility of more, earning over a million dollars per show.
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