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Dangerous Living: Coming out in the Developing World

Two documentaries on the mistreatment of GLBT people. John Scagliotti's hour-long Dangerous Living is a somewhat scattershot assemblage of footage about persecutions that are bigoted responses to the increasing openness of gays in the third world: we see a minister in Zimbabwe advocating castration for homosexuals and hear about how the menace of rape is used against lesbians in Honduras and India. Diana Volbeda's 36-minute Less Than Human focuses on police violence against gays in various locales, including Turkey (where one police commissioner denies that gays are human) and Chicago, where a man was reportedly beaten by eight or nine cops for embracing a man outside a police bar.

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