Uganda's parliament adjourned Friday without acting on a bill that would have made engaging in homosexual acts a capital offence, leaving the future of the widely condemned bill uncertain.
Uganda's parliament appears to have dropped plans to debate a controversial anti-gay bill after global condemnation.
The Ugandan parliamentarian behind an anti-homosexual bill that attracted worldwide condemnation says the most controversial part of the proposed legislation — the death penalty provision — is likely to be dropped.
There's been an outcry in Malaysia where a state has sent teenage boys to a camp to try to stop them being gay.
Malaysian authorities have sent 66 Muslim schoolboys to a gay ‘cure’ camp after school teachers identified them as being effeminate.
Vatican affirm the inherent dignity and worth of all human beings, and to condemn all violence that is targeted against people because of their sexual feelings and thoughts, or sexual behaviours.
In the wake of the murder of Ugandan LGBT civil rights leader, David Kato, the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest civil rights organization dedicated to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality, is calling on U.S. fundamentalist pastors Carl Ellis Jenkins, Lou Engle, and Scott Lively, to quickly abandon their hateful and dangerous anti-LGBT rhetoric and actions.
InterPride strongly condemns the vote taken by the UN General Assembly to remove a reference to sexual orientation from a resolution on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions.
American activists have called on countries to offer asylum to gays from Uganda after a tabloid there outed over 100 people, calling for them to be hanged. Rolling Stone newspaper (not connected to the US music magazine of the same name) has so far printed two separate lists of alleged homosexuals – provoking censure from across the globe.
A top Indian court issued a landmark ruling yesterday decriminalising gay sex, overturning colonial-era legislation that outlawed homosexuality....