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Marriage Equality Round-Up - March 21st
Here's our daily round-up of the marriage equality / LGBT rights stories from all around the internet. If we missed anything, let us know. Enjoy!

PEOPLE: Savannah Jackson, who was formally known as Daniel Kertchera, is a well-known consultant in the global financial industry. Recently, she came out as transgender to her multi-million company as well as thousands of clients worldwide who tune in to her weekly webinar online. full story

POP CULTURE: Smithers will come out as gay in an episode of The Simpsons in early April. full story


AUSTRALIA: A recently unearthed Australian newspaper shows that gay couples were getting married in Australia back in the 1930s. full story


EUROPE: The right to education and freedom of expression is under attack, says a new report from an EU thinktank. full story

GHANA: A former senior politician from Ghana has said the country must resist homosexuality. full story

RUSSIA: A lesbian couple have found the ultimate loophole to get married in Russia - one of the pair is transgender, and is still legally considered male. full story


SWITZERLAND: The LGBT group at European physics lab CERN has spoken out about a targeted campaign of homophobia. full story

UKRAINE: Antigay protesters shouting "kill, kill, kill" forced the shutdown of an LGBT event in Ukraine Saturday. full story

USA: The Los Angeles Times today declares that most in the LGBT community appear to have forgiven Hillary Clinton for her Reagan/AIDS gaffe, largely thanks to the quickly issued apologies. full story

USA, CALIFORNIA: A trans inmate, who won the right to have the state pay for her surgery, has announced she will finally go under the knife this summer. full story

USA, NORTH CAROLINA: N.C. House Speaker Tim Moore said Saturday that he hopes to call a special legislative session within a week to repeal parts of a controversial Charlotte nondiscrimination ordinance. full story 
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