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The Philippines is set to re-discuss allowing same-sex civil partnerships following a renewed push from Congressman Pantaleon Alvarez. Initial attempts stalled last year. The bill aims to allow people into an official union “whether they are of the opposite or of the same sex.” Another aspect of the bill will make civil partnerships a bit more equal to marriage, allowing civil partners to adopt, own property and get spousal support. “It aims to be a landmark effort to provide civil rights,...

Peace TV faces a ban from the UK after a presenter claimed that gay people were “worse than animals.” The complaint arose from a segment called The Valley of the Homosexuals. Ofcom has ruled that four of the station’s programmes have breached its rules on hate speech, offence, abusive treatment and incitement to crime. Powers given to Ofcom means that it could take the station off air for the breaches, if deemed severe enough, but it could also impose a lesser...

In 2019, people still wonder how exactly someone is gay, and if this bishop from Cyprus is to be believed it’s down to the sex life of your parents, while your mother was pregnant. The Church of Cyprus bishop, Neophytos Masouras of Morphou was speaking at a primary school when he made the bizarre claims. The Cyprus Mail reports the bishop as saying: “It is a problem, which is usually transmitted by parents to the child. “To be more clear, anal...

A man, who wishes to remain anonymous, has launched a legal challenge against the anti-gay laws of Dominica. In the country, sodomy is illegal for both heterosexual and homosexual men. If convicted, a person can face between five and 25 years in prison, depending on their age. And if the court sees fit, the offender can also be sent for psychiatric treatment. According to Reuters, supporters are hoping that if the ban is lifted, it could create a momentum that sees...

South Korean students attending the Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary have won a court battle after the university suspended them for wearing rainbow clothes. The students were initially suspended last year, after they wore rainbow clothing to a university chapel on International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia. The students wore the clothes to show their support for the LGBTQ community. However, the university was worried it would be seen as endorsing homosexuality, so they suspended the students. In a court...

Alabama’s Secretary of State, John Merrill, who is also eyeing up a Senate bid, has claimed that pop culture has become too obsessed with “homosexual activities”. Yellowhammer News reports that he made the comments at a campaign event in Fort Payne. When asked about a cultural shift in pop culture, he slammed politicians for allowing it to happen. “That’s what we’ve allowed to happen. How have we allowed it to happen?” he said. “There are no more good TV shows on like...

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R), who announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate last week, claims Americans are too “preoccupied with homosexual activities” and “the wife swap shows” and it is ruining everything from TV to the country’s moral direction. Merrill, one of multiple Republicans looking to challenge Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) in 2020, made the controversial comments over the weekend at a town hall event in Dekalb County, according to the Yellowhammer News. One attendee asked Merrill about the...
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After a married same-sex couple was denied housing at a local retirement community, they brought the case to court. On Wednesday, the court dismissed their lawsuit. Mary Walsh and Beverly Nance have been together for almost forty years. They were finally able to get married in 2009, and eventually began looking for a retirement community that would suit their needs in their advanced years. In 2016, they toured Friendship Village in their town of Sunset Hills, Missouri. They had friends there...
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This has a beautiful message Two rock stars have kissed to fight against homophobia at an anti-Nazi concert. Benjamin Griffey, who also performs as the rapper Casper, and Felix Brummer, frontman of KraftKlub, kissed on stage on Monday (3 September). The free open-air concert was put together to take a stand against neo-Nazis in the eastern German city of Chemnitz. Over the past week, the city has seen numerous protests and acts of far-right violence. Rock stars kiss at anti-Nazi concert ‘We celebrate every one...
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He saw it as his 'duty as a white man' Circuit Judge Ilona Holmes ordered the execution of Peter Avsenew for the murder of a gay couple in 2010. In January, a jury found Avsenew guilty of killing Steven Adams and Kevin Powell in north Florida. They sentenced him to death. He showed no remorse at the sentencing, and flipped off the victims’ families before being led out of the court room. ‘I have no regrets in my life and I am...
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Joel Edgerton's adaptation of Garrard Conley’s memoir stars Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman, and Russell Crowe The first official photos have been released for Boy Erased, the upcoming film about a teenager’s harrowing experience at a gay conversion camp. As first reported last summer, Joel Edgerton directed the film, which he adapted from Garrard Conley’s 2016 memoir of the same name. Conley, son of an Arkansas Baptist pastor, was sent to Love in Action, a California-based Christian ex-gay program, at age 19. His...
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"My faith is more important than my career." Earlier this month, Australian rugby player Israel Folau came under fire for claiming homosexuals would go to hell unless they repented. In a newly-penned column for Players Voice, the 29-year-old athlete says he’s prepared to walk away from rugby if his “situation becomes untenable due to his Christian beliefs.” Folau was recently asked by an Instagram follower about God’s “plan for gay people.” In a since-deleted post, Folau replied, “Hell, unless they...
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Proposed changes to the penal code would make gay sex punishable by up to five years in prison. Attacks on LGBT people in Indonesia have increased in recent months, and activists worry lawmakers are readying to criminalize homosexuality throughout the country. Same-sex activity is currently legal in most of Indonesia, except for the northern province of Aceh, which is governed by sharia law. Over the weekend, police there detained 13 transgender women, shaving their heads and forcing them to dress and...
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On May 22, 2015, James William Hill III, approached a co-worker at an Amazon fulfillment center in Chester, VA and began to punch him repeatedly in the face. The victim, who was only referred to as ‘C.T.’ in reports, suffered a black eye, bloody nose, and other injuries to the face. On that day, Hill was questioned by the human resource department and he was open about saying that he “felt disrespected by C.T. because C.T. was a homosexual; that...

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