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Eunice Atuejide

 

Eunice Atuejide, who founded the National Interest Party and is running for president of Nigeria, said homosexuality isn't a crime and no one should go to jail for being gay, before moderating her language.

ghana lgbt

 

Oh my god, the situation in Ghana is worrying! 400 LGBT people will take part in a "homosexuality conversion therapy."

Deidre Carter

 

In South Africa, MP Deidre Carter introduced a bill to make sure that marriage officers' right of exemption regarding same-sex marriage is revoked.

Nana Akufo Addo

 

The new president of Ghana assured that his government would not legalize same-sex marriage.

Phillip Alston

 

UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Phillip Alston, is extremely concerned about the situation of LGBT people in Ghana.

Wednesday, 13 December 2017 00:41

The first ever lesbian festival in Namibia

first lesbian festival

 

The first ever lesbian festival was held in Namibia at Windhoek. More than 80 young LGBTQ women from across eight regions of the country came together for the first time. They talked about their lives, oppression or discrimination they experience every day.

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Mnangagwa Mugabe

 

The resignation of President Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe could have been good news. Imagine 30 years of Donald Trump. But his replacement doesn't seem very open about LGBTQ rights.

egypt lawmakers

 

A group of Egyptian lawmakers introduced a bill to criminalize homosexuality. And it follows a wave of arrests of LGBT people.

West Africa

 

The first ever religious ceremony involving LGBT people took place in West Africa.

akaliyat

 

 

In the region of Rabat-Salé, the authorities refused to allow Akaliyat to form an association, but the group decided to continue its activity. Akaliyat militates against discrimination and crimes against sexual and religious minorities. This includes the LGBT community.

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