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A person might think that homosexuality is no longer a taboo in the 21st century, but the sad truth is that many people from all over the globe still nurture prejudice and hatred towards the LGBTQ community. It’s a major issue, particularly if you know that over 1.8 million LGBTQ youth between the ages of 13 and 24 in the US seriously consider suicide each year. The main reason is that 92% of young homosexuals report hearing negative messages about...

Belize’s Court of Appeals has upheld a 2016 ruling that struck down the Central American country’s sodomy laws. In a unanimous ruling, Justice Samuel Awich, one of the judges on the three-judge panel, said that “consensual sexual intercourse between adult gays or between adult lesbians in private does not harm the fundamental rights and freedoms

(images via Pexels)Kenya’s High Court has upheld the African country’s laws which criminalize homosexual behavior. LGBTQ activists had argued the laws are discriminatory, lead to increased harassment of the LGBTQ community, and serve to discourage people from seeking HIV testing or treatment.  The plaintiffs involved in the case also said the laws violate the Kenyan Constitution which reads the “state shall not discriminate directly or indirectly against any person on any ground,” including...

Stock Photo / Image via PexelsKenya is currently awaiting what could be a historic and country changing decision. Kenya’s High Court is about to announce its ruling on whether or not homosexuality should be decriminalized across the country. Currently, people convicted of gay sex face up to 14 years of prison. And despite general tolerance for LGBTQ people, some Kenyan citizens take the law into their own hands by attacking gay people. Friday’s court ruling in Nairobi, however, could start...
Blind_Date

D’oh! What a facepalm-able fudge-up. As reported by Pink News, UK dating show Blind Date has been getting a lot of flack for pairing up two dudes and rewarding them with a trip to Saint Lucia. Homosexuality is a crime in Saint Lucia, you see. Per the nation’s penal code, men face up to ten years in prison for having gay sex. Blind Date is hosted by gay TV personality Paul O’Grady. Airing May 5, this was the show’s first episode to...
homosexuality

Mariam Al-Sohel argued the anal worm makes gay men attracted to other men An academic in Kuwait has claimed she has a ‘cure’ for homosexuality saying gay men have an ‘anal worm’ that ‘feeds on semen’. Mariam Al-Sohel claimed on Scope TV that she believes there are four genders – male, female, feminine gay men and butch lesbians – and she explained how she has found a cure for being gay based on Islamic prophecy. She said: “I discovered therapeutic suppositories that...
rape

Homosexuality is forbidden in some countries. Again, some countries allow it. But, is it always bad? Sometimes, it’s a blessing for someone. That’s what we are going to talk about. Recently, a guy has saved a girl from being raped by raping the guy who wanted to rape the girl. People often look up for “LGBT legal countries” but United States of America is where all the heroes are born. United States of America allowed homosexuality. So, love between same...
same-sex couples

All children must learn about same sex couples regardless of their religious background, the head of Ofsted says. Hundreds of parents protested outside a Birmingham school against it teaching pupils about same sex couples and gender identity. Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman told the BBC it was crucial children were exposed to differences in society. She said it was important children knew "there are families that have two mummies or two daddies". Parents of Muslim and Christian faith have held demonstrations outside Parkfield...
Donald Trump

It stems from the recent execution in Iran, a US foe Donald Trump and his administration are launching a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in countries across the world where being gay is still a crime. NBC News reported the campaign is starting Tuesday evening (19 February) in Berlin. US Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, the highest-profile openly gay person in the Trump administration, is at the forefront. Reportedly, the US Embassy is flying in LGBTI activists across Europe for a dinner and strategy plan. The efforts will...
iran lgbt

Human rights activists have questioned the speed in which the man was executed Iran has publicly hanged a man on charges of homosexuality. The unidentified man, 31, was executed after he was found guilty of raping two males, as well as kidnapping charges. He was hanged in the southwestern city of Kazeroon on 10 January. The state-controlled ISNA has claimed the 31-year-old kidnapped two 15-year-old males. The man then raped the two boys. Iran charged the man with laws covering homosexuality, not pedophilia. Iran’s homosexuality laws Under...
gay Nigeria

‘I really want to thank my husband who thought it was a good idea' High profile LGBT activist Bisi Alimi and his husband have just become the first gay couple interviewed on Nigerian television. Alimi has actively campaigned for LGBTI rights since bravely coming out on Nigerian TV about 14 years ago. Coming out cost Alimi his acting job on a Nigerian soap opera. His parents also kicked him out of home. But Alimi would go on to set up the...
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The poster states ‘pedophiles are people too’ Yet another flyer is misusing the rainbow flag to promote ‘pedophiles’ rights’ in an increasingly worrying trend. The poster, appeared around Willamette primary school in Oregon last week, features the silhouettes of a man and a child holding hands against a rainbow background. It also states ‘pedophiles are people too’. In a disturbing side note, the rainbow flyer reads that ‘love is love’, a popular LGBTI slogan. A worrying trend is linking pedophilia and homosexuality Internet trolls...
pride parade

The Caribbean countries of Trinidad and Tobago held their first ever Pride Parade. According to LoopTT, the parade was a high point in a month’s worth of events held by the Trinidad and Tobago Pride Arts Festival. More than a hundred people, decked out in a rainbow of colors, walked down Tragarete Road in Port of Spain and walked all the way to Rust Street, St, St Clair. “The visibility we share here, today, is going to shine a light on...
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Police officers used tear gas, dogs, and batons to split up people participating in Istanbul’s 16th Anuual Pride March this Sunday. Despite the march going on for more than a decade, Istanbul’s governor banned the march for the fourth consecutive year. Last year, the governor cited concerns about “public order” and the “security of citizens and tourists” after an ultranationalist group threatened the march. https://twitter.com/ChristensenLene/status/1013435220534677505?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1013435220534677505&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Finstinctmagazine.com%2Fpost%2Fistanbul-pride-marchers-ran-tears-after-police-violently-dispersed-crowd That said, it is illegal for the governor to ban the march no matter what his public...

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