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Albert Ogle

RGOD2: The New Zealand interview

SDGLN Contributor the Rev. Canon Albert Ogle is interviewed in New Zealand by Andrew Whiteside of “Gay Talk Tonight” about global LGBT issues.

RGOD2: LGBT people face greater visibility, more persecution in 2013

While western democracies cheered at Secretary Clinton’s “gay rights are human rights” speech in Geneva a year ago, a significant coalition of national governments do not share the human rights framework as a basis for protecting their LGBT citizens.

RGOD2: Silent nights and unholy slaughter

Christmas is also a very painful time for a lot of LGBT people because of its close association with memory, family, belonging and rejection. Yet, by embracing the reality of our experience, we are opened up to its truth and our connection to something much much larger than our individual issues.

Gay San Diegan gets two-year reprieve from deportation to Uganda | VIDEO

"Consistent with its enforcement priorities, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has granted Mr. Bukombe deferred action for a two-year period to afford him further time to pursue legal options. At the end of that timeframe, ICE will reevaluate his case to determine appropriate next steps."

RGOD2: In celebration of supportive parents

The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle reflects on coming out and how it impacted his life and that of his Irish family ... sharing the pain and joy it brought.

RGOD2: The lessons of Lincoln apply to LGBT emancipation

Lincoln senses a uniquely American destiny in linking rights with human dignity. “Equality under the law” becomes an emerging new principle that 150 years later we are still struggling with.