Parliamentary sources have allegedly told gay rights activists about the plans they have to introduce stricter anti-gay laws in the African country.
A gay Inuit Canadian man has launched a Facebook page in support of LGBTI indigenous Canadians after two Inuit politicians complained about the raising of a rainbow gay pride flag.
Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act just received its first constitutional challenge, while activists also filed a separate suit hoping to put a stop to the now-common practice of tabloids outing Ugandans.
Marcel Neergard is standing up to his classmates, bullies, and even his ill-informed teachers in a new op-ed for The Huffington Post.
Uganda’s tabloid rag, the Red Pepper, not only puts people’s lives in danger, but it steals the materials to do so.
Some of the GOP’s most prominent conservatives insisted Friday that Republicans should emphasize hot-button social issues like abortion and gay marriage in this year’s midterm elections, exposing an ideological divide within a party trying to capture the Senate and then the White House.
If the sky were blue, good ole’ anti-gay Rick Santorum would try to convince you it was grey. Or green.
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…
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 response to Arizona’s almost-successful effort to legalize discrimination based on religious beliefs, State Sen. Steve Gallardo announced that he’s a gay man.
In what’s being hailed as a landmark ruling, a judge in the Middle Eastern country of Lebanon has struck down the country’s sodomy law and moved the conversation on trans issues forward.
The Maryland Senate passed a bill that would make the state the 18th in the nation to ban discrimination on the basis of gender identity.