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Today certainly is a historical day for marriage equality as first LGBT couples get their marriage licenses.
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.
In response to the recent anti-LGBT law in Uganda, a coalition of campaigners decided to challenge the draconian law and file a petition with Uganda’s Constitutional Court in Kampala.
Due to a mandatory 15 day waiting period, first marriages will take place on March 29th
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
Due to the draconian laws recently passed in several African countries, being an LGBT in Africa brings many challenges. Members of the LGBT community live in constant fear.
The consequences of President Goodluck Jonathan's anti-gay laws are severe. Already 11 Muslim men were put on trial with accusations of being gay.