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The Obama Administration has taken actions to address Uganda's draconian laws.
During the 2014 Sochi Olympic, the conversation about LGBT Russians spread globally. Just months after the closing ceremony, that same conversation seems to be put on the back burner as LGBT Russians continue to struggle with safety in their own country.
Last month, a 21-year old South African gay man, David Olyn, was brutally beaten and tortured to death while there were seven young onlookers. Now, a new video talks to friends and family about the impact.
Due to the increasingly difficult living conditions for LGBT Ugandans, many activists now seek a way out of the country.
As Uganda and Nigeria pass draconian laws, individuals in surrounding countries might be more exposed to anti-LGBT crimes.
Since the passing of a draconian anti-LGBT law, 17 young LGBT people attempted to take their lives.
As Russian like laws spread through surrounding countries, Kyrgyzstan becomes another country to adapt similar anti-LGBT laws.
As the devastating anti-LGBT laws spread through several African countries, the Ethiopian government now proposes a new bill. The new bill would add potency to an already existing law making living as LGBT even more difficult than before.
Congo may become the next country in Africa to make LGBT relationships illegal.
Since the propaganda laws went in effect in , several countries in Eastern Europe proposed similar laws which would negatively impact the LGBT communities