We saw this on several occasions, African media often have anti-gay postures promoting anti-LGBT advertisements or urging to create a public list of gays and lesbians. It is perhaps about to change.
Professor Audrey Gadzekpo of the School of Communications at the University of Ghana, who is a media expert, urges journalists to make a stand for gays and lesbians in their articles and reports.
Apparently a Nepalese woman was retained captive by the group Maiti Nepal because it would have wished to change her sexual orientation.
An act of discrimination happened in a guest house again. This time-here, the case has took place in New Zealand where the owner of the Pilgrim Planet Lodge, Karen Ruskin, refused a bed to Jane Collison and Paula Knight.The couple filed a lawsuit to the Human Rights Commission.
The laws concerning homosexuals could harden in the province nammed Banda Aceh in Indonesia.
In Ethiopia, an anti-gay organization evoked during a conference a possible law which would sentence homosexuals to the death penalty.
In South Africa where same-sex marriage is legal, a school urged a lesbian couple to give up their "lifestyle" or it would expel their son.
Two lesbians of Beijing in China decided to demonstrate in Guangzhou's Beijing Road each one wearing a wedding dress and woring signs asking the public to wish them happiness in their marriage as reports The Nafang.