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The Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2014 (previously called the "Kill the Gays bill" in the media due to the originally proposed death penalty clauses)was passed by the Parliament of Uganda on 20 December 2013 with the death penalty proposal dropped in favour of life in prison. The bill was signed into law by the President of Uganda on 24 February 2014.
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Ugandans petition court over controversial anti-homosexuality law

Ugandans petition court over controversial anti-homosexuality law | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
KAMPALA (Reuters) - Ugandans opposed to a new anti-homosexuality law that punishes gay sex with long jail sentences have filed a constitutional petition alleging that the law violates fundamental rights.The (Ugandans petition court over controversial...
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Defiant Msonda challenges court action over call to kill gays in Malawi

Defiant Msonda challenges court action over call to kill gays in Malawi | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
People’s Party (PP) spokesperson Ken Msonda has challenged human rights groups seeking to drag him to court over his remarks that gays should be killed, stressing he is ready to face and shame them…
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Biraaro to fight homosexuality

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Presidential candidate Benon Biraaro has promised to fight homosexually at a regional level after failed efforts by Uganda as a country

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A family torn apart by homophobia in Cameroon

A family torn apart by homophobia in Cameroon | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it

A year-end report about homophobia in Cameroon contains a heart-wrenching story about a family torn apart by fear of homosexuality.

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Christmas. Uncensored FuLL MoVieS (2012)

In one of the post-soviet countries, where sexual taboos are still ruling the society and strong traditions of Catholicism and homophobia are alive, family m...

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Coming Oot: The fabulous history of gay Scotland - BBC News

Coming Oot: The fabulous history of gay Scotland - BBC News | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it

How did a country that seemed to take pride in its prejudices end up with the best gay rights in Europe?

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Gay Men Maxim Says It's Okay To "Respect"

The Russian edition of Maxim has recently published an article called “Gays We Respect.” Russia passed very strict anti-gay laws, and spreading “gay propagan...

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Homosexuals continue to be ostracised in Zimbabwe

Homosexuals continue to be ostracised in Zimbabwe. In a country where homosexuality is taboo, the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe calls for open discu...

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Middle East, Homosexuality, Facts/Truth

December 8, 2015 well represented conversation. Guest star, Jimothy.

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Two Russian Lawmakers Want to Ban Homosexuality in Public. This Is How They'd ... - Global Voices Online

Two Russian Lawmakers Want to Ban Homosexuality in Public. This Is How They'd ... - Global Voices Online | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
Many expected officials to strike down a 2013 law banning "gay propaganda," but they didn't. A new proposal, meanwhile, is an even more glaring affront to Russians' fundamental rights.
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40 Nations Where Being Gay Is Still a Crime

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Homosexuality remains a crime in 40 of the 53 nations that make up the British Commonwealth. In some of those countries, the
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The Pope must be brave enough to save lives in Africa by speaking out against the criminalisation of homosexuality

The Pope must be brave enough to save lives in Africa by speaking out against the criminalisation of homosexuality | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
The Pope is in Uganda, while the Commonwealth Heads of Government are meeting in Malta. Elsewhere, Sir Elton John recently linked up with the US State Department. What connects all three visits? AIDS.
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Gay Africans ask Pope to preach tolerance on his visit - ChristianToday

Gay Africans ask Pope to preach tolerance on his visit - ChristianToday | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
Francis travels to Kenya and Uganda. He also visits conflict-torn Central African Republic on a tour that starts on Nov. 25
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A family torn apart by homophobia in Cameroon

A family torn apart by homophobia in Cameroon | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
A year-end report about homophobia in Cameroon contains a heart-wrenching story about a family torn apart by fear of homosexuality. The story comes from a report compiled by Humanity First, a Yaoundé-based organization seeking improved health care for LGBTI Cameroonians and recognition of their human rights. The organization explained that, once a young man or…
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New Kid In Town: Pedro Robledo On His New Position, Homophobia And Argentine Politics | The Bubble

New Kid In Town: Pedro Robledo On His New Position, Homophobia And Argentine Politics | The Bubble | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
The Bubble speaks with Pedro Robledo.
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Educate & Celebrate's Elly Barnes - Homophobia in Schools

Edward Hardy interviews Educate & Celebrate's Elly Barnes. In the clip, Elly Barnes discusses homophobia in schools. Full Interview: https://www.youtube.com/...

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Jamaican peoples' current Gay Social Issues : 2015 at a Glance

I speak about some for the drama the that took place in the Isle of Jamaica during the 2015 year with Homo-Sexuals

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Clergy say no compromise for gays: Malawi govt should not promote homosexual behaviour

Clergy say no compromise for gays: Malawi govt should not promote homosexual behaviour | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it

Conservative clerics in Malawi are asking government not to compromise its anti-gay stand, saying they should not be lured by international support to give equal rights to gays under the law.

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Two Russian Lawmakers Want to Ban Homosexuality in Public. This Is How They’d Do It. · Global Voices

Two Russian Lawmakers Want to Ban Homosexuality in Public. This Is How They’d Do It. · Global Voices | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it

Many expected officials to strike down a 2013 law banning "gay propaganda," but they didn't. A new proposal, meanwhile, is an even more glaring affront to Russians' fundamental rights.

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Why Africa is a hotbed of homophobia

Why Africa is a hotbed of homophobia | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
As Uganda's president remains on the brink of ratifying savage new anti-gay laws, Africa Correspondent David Smith reports on a continent at war with itself
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Two Russian Lawmakers Want to Ban Homosexuality...

Two Russian Lawmakers Want to Ban Homosexuality... | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it

Many expected officials to strike down a 2013 law banning "gay propaganda," but they didn't. A new proposal, meanwhile, is an even more glaring affront to Russians' fundamental rights.

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The Struggle of Being Gay in Albania

Up until the mid-90s if you were openly gay in Albania, you would be sent to prison. Many homosexuals stil face bigotry and violence, even in their own homes...

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Russian Maxim published a list of 'forgiven' gay celebrities

Russian Maxim published a list of 'forgiven' gay celebrities | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
The Russian edition of *Maxim* magazine has published a list of celebrities "forgiven" for their sexual orientation.
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Why criminalising homosexuality is a public health hazard

Why criminalising homosexuality is a public health hazard | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
Homosexuality remains illegal in 38 of 55 African nations. This is concerning from ethical and human rights perspectives. It's also a serious public health risk.
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India: 'Forbidden Fantasies' TV show 'breaks homosexuality taboo' - PinkNews

India: 'Forbidden Fantasies' TV show 'breaks homosexuality taboo' - PinkNews | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
MTV India has broadcast a program about a lesbian romance in spite of homosexuality being illegal in the country.
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Kenya priests sue for libel over homosexuality charges - ChristianToday

Kenya priests sue for libel over homosexuality charges - ChristianToday | Countries stance on anti gay laws | Scoop.it
Three Kenyan priests suspended by their diocese for "the sin of homosexuality" are suing for an apology and exemplary damages for libel.
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