Pinksixty News – International LGBT News Headlines


Hello, I’m Colin Fallesen and here are the
international LGBT news headlines from Pinksixty. Epidemiologists in Australia have declared
the end of AIDS after seeing AIDS-related deaths drop to almost zero. Australia is aiming for no new HIV infections
by 2020, but deaths from AIDS-related conditions in the wider Asia-Pacific region exceeded
180,000 last year alone. Out lesbian politician Angela Eagle announced
her challenge for Britain’s Labour Party leadership today. She’ll battle the current leader, Jeremy
Corbyn who is popular with voters but not with other Labour MPs. 10 US states are suing the Obama administration
in a suit against their guidance on transgender students’ rights. The lawsuit which was filed on Friday is headed
by Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson. Britain’s United Reformed Church has become
the first to allow same sex marriages to be conducted inside a church building. The first weddings are expected to take place
this Autumn, though churches can still opt out. And finally, Brazil’s Amanda Nunes beat
American, Miesha Tate on Saturday to become the first out UFC bantamweight champion. Nunes thanked her girlfriend and training
partner saying “She means everything to me.” Well that’s all from us at Pinksixty for now,
Join us again tomorrow for the latest LGBT news headlines. And you can find out more about these and
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