Apparently Kuwait adopted a better policy towards gay students.
The Presbyterian Church of South Africa declared not guilty two pastors who had blessed and celebrated several civil unions.
Hard to imagine that things could still harden in Uganda, yet a bill prohibiting non-government organizations able to speak freely is under consideration in Parliament.
The UN Security Council holds a meeting for the first time to discuss the persecution of LGBT people by the terrorist group ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant).
The Pan-Africa ILGA group (PAI) have obtained a legal status as a non-profit organization, allowing it to work for the recognition of LGBT rights throughout the African continent.
The presidential elections in Uganda approach, they will be held next year, and for the first time, a candidate opposes homophobia.
A Saudi school had to completely repaint the facade, formerly with rainbow colors, after the Hay'a, a sort of religious police who promotes virtue and fights against vice, has regarded it as an apology to homosexuality.
Unlike most African countries, Mozambique has chosen to decriminalize homosexuality in its new Penal Code.
The judges of a Kenyan court urged the government to officially register a gay association.
After all its anti-gay laws and to restore the country's reputation, the Ugandan government has appointed an American public relations firm.