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Dakart 2014

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                             Last month, we were rather glad for our African friends when we had announced the organization of an exhibition on the LGBT community in Senegal. Unfortunately, not only the exhibition was cancelled by the Senegalese government, but moreover, some fundamentalists vandalized it.

Published in Art & Photos

Lynne-BrownZakhele Mbhele

 

I like to hear about Africa which advances and today, for the first time, there are an openly lesbian cabinet minister and an openly gay deputy in South Africa and on the African continent.

Dakart 2014

 

 

An exhibition on homosexuality in Africa will take place in a few days in Senegal.

Published in Art & Photos

worldwide

 

                         The Pew Research company recently went and meet people living in 40 different countries to ask them the following question: "Do you personally believe that homosexuality is morally acceptable, morally unacceptable, or is it not a moral issue?" Here thus results of this survey.

Published in Worldwide

Museveni

 

When I announced to you the other week that American experts were going to go to discuss with Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni on his recently approved anti-gay law, I had told you that I thought that Museveni couldn't give a damn about it. Well I was right since a few days ago, the Ugandan president celebrated in the streets his law against homosexuality. 

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Secretary of State John Kerry announced that American experts would be sent in Uganda to meet President Yoweri Museveni in order to discuss his anti-gay law.

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                       Ugandan LGBT activists of the group 'Civil Society Coalition on Human Rights and Constitutional Law' continue to fight for their rights and that, even if some were forced to move and to take refuge in other countries.

Humza Yousaf

 

A Scottish member of Parliament asked the British government that the borders of Scotland be opened to all Ugandan LGBT people who would be persecuted by new anti-gay laws recently approved and signed by Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni.

Published in News From Europe
Wednesday, 14 March 2012 17:12

Emo And LGBT Massacres In Iraq

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It is just horrible and inhuman what currently occurs in Iraq. Since the American army leave the country, the government does not do anything to protect its citizens and many gays and young emo are killed.

Thursday, 22 December 2011 01:45

Is Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe, Gay?

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This is the surprise of the year! Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe could be gay! It is what affirms a deputy who besides had been arrested.

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