With echoes of Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” and Jordan Peele’s “Get Out,” gay filmmaker Myles Yaksich’s “Albatross” (Freestyle) never really soars, but that’s not for lack of trying.
Human rights and gay rights activists on Tuesday urged President Barack Obama to ensure that the issue of anti-gay discrimination in Africa is on the agenda at next week's summit in Washington with more than 40 African leaders.
ADDIS ABBA, Ethiopia — Two groups in Ethiopia say they will hold an anti-gay demonstration in the capital.
African youth are disproportionately affected by HIV, according to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
The Gambia is over for Yahya Jammeh. Jammeh, President of Gambia – who once promised to “slit the throats” of all homosexuals – lost his bid for re-election.
The UK cuts anti-LGBT bullying programs, and anti-LGBT Tanzanian president hopes to work with the Biden administration.
U.S. Christian groups spend millions in Africa to stop LGBT progress, and LGBT employees in Japan stay in the closet.
The fight to eradicate AIDS is working in three African countries.
Trump’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) includes cuts of $1.08 billion in global AIDS funding. On June 6, Hilary McQuie of HealthGAP spoke at the World AIDS Museum about those cuts. She spoke about how they would affect HIV in African countries.
This week read about a new family law draft that could grant same-sex couples to marry in Cuba, and a university in Africa criticized for its hurtful seminar against transgender and intersex people.
This week read about Mohamed Aboutrika going on a homophobic rant in Africa, and people in India fighting for same-sex marriage rights.
This week read about protests in Namibia over Phillip Lühl's twin daughters, and LGBT people being the most targeted in hate crimes in Canada.
This week read about a Polish region refusing to take down its anti-LGBT resolution, and a court ruling's protecting LGBT rights in Africa.
Activists in Peru began protesting after the death of trans student Rodrigo Ventosilla, and the "world's first gay imam" provides a safe place for LGBT people in South Africa.
This week read about Botswana's government attempting to overturn a verdict that decriminalized gay sex, and Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro mocking LGBT rights in instant messages.
This week read about President Mokgweetsi Masisi promising to uphold LGBT rights in Botswana, and a Christian college accused of discriminating against LGBT students in Australia.
This week read about Canada putting the conversion therapy bill ban on hold, and hospitals offering "anti-gay" therapy to "alter" people's sexualities in East Africa.
This week read about churches in Africa opposing LGBT rights, and Laurel Hubbard named sportswoman of the year in New Zealand.
This week read about two Cuban activists campaigning for marriage equality, and the United Nations stepping up protections for LGBT refugees in Kenya.
This week read about a panel discussion covering LGBT issues in Namibia, and TikTok censoring LGBT terms in Germany.
People in Eswatini celebrate Pride Month despite their sexual orientations being illegal in the nation, and an LGBT artist finds shelter in Paris after no longer feeling safe in Russia.
The High Court of Eswatini denied recognizing an LGBT rights group, and Honduras took responsibility for the death of Vicky Hernández, a trans woman.
This week read about England loosening restrictions on gay men giving blood, and an African court urging a repeal of vagrancy laws.
This week read about a Namibia court ruling against two gay couples, and a bill to ban conversion therapy in Canada facing pushback.
This week read about a same-sex couple winning a court case in Namibia, and a gay dating app providing a safe space for LGBT Ukrainians.
This week read about organizations fighting against anti-LGBT campaigns in Africa, and China banning accounts belonging to LGBT rights groups on a social media app.
This week read about South Africans celebrating Pride and a harsh COVID wave ending, and activists being detained in Poland during pro-EU protests.
This week read about spectators chanting a gay slur during Team Mexico's World Cup Qualifier, and a United Nations committee ruling in favor of a lesbian activist in Sri Lanka.
Tamara Falcó faces criticism after making anti-LGBT statements in Mexico, and Catholics in Africa expressed outrage over an LGBT Netflix film.
This week read about LGBT people in Africa mourning the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and a museum in Germany presenting Jesus Christ as transgender.
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