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Wednesday, Oct 7, 2009
by PopMatters Staff
by Matt McAllester
New York (4 October 2009)

“From Baghdad—frightening reports of gay pogroms, where homosexual men are targeted, tortured, slayed. From New York—a scurry to find those same men before they are killed, and shepherd them to safety.”


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