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Nepal to host gay weddings on Everest

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  1. tory high command, watch and learn

  2. Jean-Paul Bentham 22 Apr 2010, 8:06am

    high hopes

  3. Last week Pink”News” chose not to tell you about a police investigation into goings on at the Glasgow LGBT Centre. There is more in the news today – http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/politics/police-quiz-ally-of-purcell-over-contract-award-1.1022279 – will PinkNews report it and if no then what’s in it for them in sitting on a significant LGBT-related story?

  4. Poor elephants!

  5. Pumpkin Pie 22 Apr 2010, 5:31pm

    Now THAT is what I call a transformation. I just hope it’s both genuine and supported by the public. Why can’t Britain have something more like this?

  6. Yeah, exploit the last of the World’s great wilderness’s, so they can all leave their sh!t and derision scattered all over the foothills.

    Have these people no shame?

  7. Interesting!

    It’s shocking to know that a buddhist country would be a gay-friendly destination. i never thought that it would be a gay vacation spot.
    Anyways, it’s good to know that a beautiful place like this is now open for LGBTs. Just like Hawaii, I just heard that there’s a place there where you can unwind and soul search. my friend told me a retreat themed “gay travel hawaii“. They said that it was so fun and great!
    Actually, I’m planning to go there, and i’m so excited! :)

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