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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
The site published over a thousand of letters from teenagers who shared their stories. In the letters many discuss discrimination and other issues they face.
Last Friday, the President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni announced that he is in favor of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill passed earlier by the parliament.
In Nigeria, a group of men forcefully entered the homes of 14 men who were suspected of being gay. The mob, armed with clubs dragged the men into the streets and beat them.