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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.

emmanuel macron

 

 

Congratulations to France who elected the Democratic president against a far-right candidate!

Published in News From Europe

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Last Sunday was the first round of the French presidential elections and it is the candidate of the movement En Marche! (in route), Emmanuel Macron, who led with 24.01% against Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate, who gets 21.30% of the votes.

Published in News From Europe

Danielle LoPresti

 

 

Danielle LoPresti's new music video, Holy, is already creating buzz for its controversial storyline and notable cast.

Published in Music

Morgan Tsvangirai

 

 

Zimbabwe's opposition leader announced that his party would not persecute homosexual people.

Jimmy Morales

 

 

Guatemala is in the process of electing democratically a new president this time after several political crises linked to corruption. But, Jimmy Morales, who is now the winner of this election, even though it has yet to be a second round, already strongly opposed to LGBT rights.

Amama Mbabazi

 

 

The presidential elections in Uganda approach, they will be held next year, and for the first time, a candidate opposes homophobia.

Monday, 06 February 2012 18:17

Finland President Won't Be Gay

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Unfortunately, Pekka Haavisto will not become the first openly gay president. The Finnish candidate did not win the presidential elections Sunday.

Published in News From Europe

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In Finland, an openly gay candidate passed the first round of the presidential elections and is now at the second round, at one step to be the new president.

Published in News From Europe

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The Supreme Court finally announces a date for its decision making on Prop 8.

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