Wednesday's Gay Headlines (Apr 20th)

Gay Headlines: Rutgers Videospying Suspect Indicted; Ultranationalists jailed for disrupting gay parade; Muslim boys considered effeminate sent to anti-gay counselling camp; Illusionist Derren Brown: I tried to ‘cure’ myself; Vulnerable gay people don't need to be 'cured'; Rome's gay priest scene exposed; $520 per hour to defend gay marriage ban; The Verizon Guy gets his life back...


Crime:

- Rutgers Videospying Suspect Indicted for Trying to Destroy Evidence [ABC News]

Anti-gay/Ex-gay Watch:

- Serbia: Ultranationalists jailed for disrupting gay parade [adnkronos]

- Malaysian state sends 66 teenage Muslim boys considered effeminate to anti-gay counselling camp [AP/The Canadian Press]

- Illusionist Derren Brown: I tried to ‘cure’ myself of being gay [The Sun]

- Vulnerable gay people don't need to be 'cured' -- So-called "conversion therapy" for gay men can ruin lives, says Patrick Strudwick, who went undercover to investigate the practice [Guardian]

Politics:

- House to pay up to $520 per hour to defend gay marriage ban [CBS News]

People:

- Hear Me Now? The Verizon Guy gets his life back. [The Atlantic]