PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Two men accused of beating a gay couple in a case helped solved by social media sleuths will avoid prison time under a plea agreement announced Thursday that outraged members of the gay community.
This week read about transgenderentrepreneur Nur Sajat fascinating Malaysia, and LGBT people facing psychological stress in Ghana.
This week read about Va-Bene Elikem Fiatsi fighting against Ghana's anti-LGBT bill, and Iran executing two gay men.
This week read about activists risking their lives fighting for LGBT rights in Ghana, and Stephen Jones making a plea for equality rights in Australia.
This week read about activist Elya Shchemur killed in Ukraine, and thePresbyterian Church of Ghana wanting more jail time for LGBT people.
This week read about Argentina granting residents the right to put "X" on their national identity cards for their gender, and the UN Human Rights Council criticizing Ghana for its anti-LGBT bill.
This week read about Boy George releasing a song to honor Ghana's LGBT community, and a Polish town that claims to be "free of LGBT" paying a price.
This week read about Canada prolonging Pride celebrations, and a Ghana court keeping a group of LGBT activists in custody.
This week read about Ghana asking for help in repealing an anti-LGBT bill, and Hungary restricting the sale of children's books that "promote homosexuality."
This week read about a new anti-LGBT bill in Ghana, and a town that is known to be homophobic raising the Pride flag in Australia.
This week read about the Mexican state Jalisco approving same-sex marriage, and a community center opening in Ghana sparking outrage by anti-LGBT activists.
This week read about LGBT Ukrainians fearing being targeted, and the intersex community wanting to be removed from Ghana's anti-gay bill.
This week read about two Pride festivals taking place this year in England, and a group of celebrities calling out for Ghana's president to reach out to LGBT community leaders.
This week read about Benny Briolly being forced to exile from Brazil due to death threats, and police arresting 21 people for "allegedly pushing an LGBT agenda" in Ghana.
This week read about the United Kingdom accepting LGBT Afghan refugees, and anti-LGBT laws in Ghana causing a rift with the Anglican Church.
One of Ghana's presidential candidates promises to execute all gay people via firing squad if he's elected, Gay Star News reports.
In certain terms, Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo said that while same-sex marriage is not on the country’s agenda as of yet, the issue is sure to be addressed in the near future.