A Ugandan journalist sums up the response of Ugandan officials to news that more than $115 million in international aid will be diverted from the East African government…
The Supreme Court is about to hear two more cases, where the outcomes may have a wider impact than the Arizona law may have had.
Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs has said it will not cut aid to Uganda over its treatment of LGBTI people despite the country’s deputy leader saying it will affect relations between the two countries…
Today, four young men in the northern Nigerian state of Bauchi were convicted of the crime of gay sex by a sharia (Islamic) court and whipped publicly as punishment.
As many as 50 people reportedly stood by as a suspect punched J.P. Masterson in the face while yelling antigay slurs at the man, who was out with his partner celebrating the couple’s 10th anniversary.
LINK TW: description of attack and injuries sustained by the victims
The bill, which revises the state’s longstanding ‘Crimes Against Nature’ statute, was passed unanimously and is awaiting the signature of Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
It’s not gay people or their acceptance of and incorporation into society and culture, but anti-gay laws like the one passed in Uganda and the one vetoed in Arizona that are outside the norm - and the product of colonized minds.
In a handwritten note, the landlord admits that the tenant is a ‘wonderful woman,’ but says she is ‘depraved’ for being a lesbian.
Anti-gay laws in Nigeria and Uganda provoke outrage is the US—but Cameroon has quietly been locking up LGBT people for years with little international notice.
Stonewall has launched a new film for primary schools in a bid to tackle homophobic bullying.
Jan Brewer made the right choice — for whatever reason — in vetoing SB-1062, the anti-gay so-called “religious freedom” bill that had the nation on edge last week.
Since the organization still won’t accept openly gay adult volunteers, Disney won’t give money. Scouting officials say they’re ‘disappointed.’
The Southern Poverty Law Center has added seven more anti-gay organizations to its list of anti-gay hate groups. No doubt the standard whine of these groups will be the same one offered up by the Family Research Council when SPLC named it as a hate group a while back, i.e.
“we are being attacked because we don’t believe in gay marriage, we are trying to preserve Christian morality, we are being silenced.”
New survey is breaking ground in exploring the benefits of inclusive workplaces, based on the experience of almost 600 lesbian, gay and bisexual employees in Ireland.
Ugandan Parliament member David Bahati said despite losing more than $115 million in international aid because the country’s draconian ‘anti-homosexuality’ law, the price is worth it to protect Africa…