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Bharatiya Janata Party

 

 

As you may know, India criminalized homosexual relationships in 2013 again. It seems that nobody really agrees with the subject, can be a boon for us.

president Yahya Jammeh

 

We waited to know whether the Gambian President Yahya Jammeh would sign a bill sentencing homosexual acts to life imprisonment, and without surprise, he signed it this month.

president Yahya Jammeh

 

A law that would tighten the anti-gay legislation in effect is likely to be promulgated by the Gambian President Yahya Jammeh.

india

 

Well the Indian government is definitely backtracking in equality. After the Supreme Court of India has criminalized homosexuality again in December 2013, the government wants to ban adoption by same-sex couples.

Kyrgyzstan

 

 

We had already discussed the "gay propaganda" bill in Kyrgyzstan. Unfortunately, the Committee for Human Rights of the country's parliament approved a bill that criminalizes the dissemination of information "to the formation of positive attitudes towards non-traditional sex attitudes."

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347bis

 

A new association has been created to fight against homophobia and the arrest of LGBT people in Cameroon.

brunei

 

 

Since yesterday, the penal code of Brunei, which is a small country of Southeast Asia, sentences the same-sex relationships to death by stoning.

india

 

Whereas the elections approaches in India, the Aam Aadmi Party's Mumbai (AAP) affirms that it will support the legalization of marriage equality.

india

 

 

 

The Supreme court of India agreed to reconsider the criminalisation of homosexuality. 

montana

 

 

Whereas the law criminalizing gay sex was regarded as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of Montana in 1997, the obsolete language criminalizing gay sex as deviate sexual conduct was not removed by the legislators until a few days ago.

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