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Top 10 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton is Good for Gays

By Melanie Nathan, April 12, 2105 Today Hillary Clinton will announce her candidacy for President of the United States of America. While she has yet to outline her campaign goals, the support amongst Democrats for her run has been enormous, with huge expectations by the Gays ( I use term Gays collectively here to represent […]

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Equality is waiting, History is watching….

How long will we have to wait to get our Constitution’s promise of  Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness? By Cathy Kristofferson, March 20, 2013. The United in Marriage: Light the Way to Justice coalition has reached 160+ events in all 50 states and Washington D.C.  before and during the Supreme Court oral arguments […]

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Video Hillary Clinton talks about the importance of marriage equality

‘That more perfect union promised to us all” Hillary Clinton By Melanie Nathan and Cathy Kristofferson, March 18, 2013. Former Secretary of State speaks out about marriage equality and respect for LGBT Americans, through her international experience and as a mother. “Full and Equal rights and deserve full citizenship -“ Marriage is a fundamental building […]

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Frank Mugishu at Ugandan Gay Pride this Month, Defying fear of persecution

Ugandan Gay Pride a Great Success

Beach Pride Uganda 2012 Defying Arrests – “Next time we begin the march from the police station” Frank Mugisha Melanie Nathan, August 05, 2012. In an extraordinary display of pride the Ugandan LGBTI community has defied the odds and despite police arrests were able to conclude a weekend full of Gay Pride events, heralding their […]

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U.S. Secretary Hillary Clinton Pays Tribute to Ugandan Gay Rights Defenders

By Melanie Nathan, August 04, 2012, “I’m well aware that you do your work often amidst difficult, even dangerous circumstances. I know that some of your lives have been threatened, your friends and families intimidated. But I want you to know that the United States is and will be your partner.” Hillary Clinton United States […]

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Historic Line-up of Speakers for AIDS 2012 in D.C.

High level speakers announced for XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) By Melanie Nathan July 17, 2012. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Former U.S. First Lady Laura Bush, South African Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, U.S. Senators John Kerry and Lindsey Graham, U.S. House of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , U.S. Congresswoman Barbara […]

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Congresswoman Requests Secretary Clinton to Deny US Entry to Anti-GAY Ugandan Giles Muhame

By Melanie Nathan, July 11, 2012. SAN FRANCISCO – Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, a Democrat  who represents Marin and Sonoma Counties in California has requested that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deny Giles Muhame of Uganda, a VISA to the United States for being one “of the worst human rights violators in the world.” Giles Muhame, […]

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Ugandan Diaspora Gays Condemn Buturo’s Anti-homosexuality Attack on Clinton

Science is not a Western import; The only import from the West was the Church of Scott lively and its hate rhetoric – By Melanie Nathan, Jan 03, 2012; Recently Dr James Nsaba Buturo, the resigned Ethic minister from Uganda,  made public statements in response to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s international LGBTI rights speech, […]

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2012 and My Resolution to Support Barack Obama All the Way!

LGBTI rights depend on 2012 – here we come! By Melanie Nathan, Dec 31, 2011 Well in mere hours it will be the year 2012 – I am going to let bygones be bygones! I am holding the Obama administration accountable for the upcoming repeal of DOMA, for the imperative passage of ENDA and for […]

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WATCH VIDEO: Hillary Clinton and LGBT State Department Video –

by Melanie Nathan, Dec 28, 2011 “Stand Up for the Dignity of  All Your Citizens”  Hillary Clinton, Human Rights Speech, Geneva Dec , 2011 Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton’s Geneva Human Rights speech has been memorialized by a montage of LGBTI pride impacted against her words.The Video was produced and presented on the website by […]

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Americans must Heed the Cry of African LGBTI Victims

“Actions speak louder than words!” by Melanie Nathan Dec 22, 2011. SAN FRANCISCO – Shorty after Secretary Clinton and President Obama spoke out about LGBTI Global human rights, the bloggers and press began to buzz with statements and comments from those impacted by the speech and memo, respectively.  The most sought after statements came from […]

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VIDEO: Gay Binational Couple Challenges Hillary Clinton’s Human Rights Pledge:

LGBT Organizations Call on Secretary Napolitano to Bring Exiled Lesbian and Gay Couples Home; This Holiday Season, Thousands of Binational Lesbian and Gay Couples Remain Exiled or Separated Due to DOMA  Posted by Melanie Nathan, Dec 19, 2011 NEW YORK, NY — This holiday season, while millions of families across the country come together to […]

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Geneva: LGBTI International Human Rights Defenders Meet Secretary Hillary Clinton

by Melanie Nathan, Dec 11, 09 In Photo (right to left): Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Alice N’kom (Cameroon), Anastasia Danilova (Moldova), Sanja Juras (Croatia), Adrian Jjuuko (Uganda), Sass Sasot (Philippines), Polina Savchenko (Russia), Vladimir Simenko (Lithuania), Arvind Narrain (India), Zoryan Kis (Ukraine), Santiago Eder (Colombia), N’dumie Funda (South Africa), Pouline Kimani (Kenya), and Rev. […]

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Adviser to Ugandan President Speaks Against Hillary Clinton’s Pro Gay Tone

by Melanie Nathan, December 11, 2011 Last week Secretary Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama in a statements and  memo, respectively, called for sweeping pro LGBTI foreign policy and human rights recognition, noting emerging assistance for LGBT organizations and asylum seekers, worldwide. Calling discrimination of homosexual and transgender people “one of the remaining human rights […]

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