This week read about Grag Queen speaking out on LGBT violence in Brazil, and a draft that would have toughened anti-LGBT laws failing in Senegal.
A court in Japan upholds the nation's ban on same-sex marriage, Ireland elects its first LGBT woman to the office of the mayor, a man is attacked by a homophobic mob in Senegal, and a mass same-sex wedding takes place in Mexico.
This week read about a rally against LGBT rights held in Senegal, and a bill that would have allowed gay marriages failing to pass its first legislative hurdle in Lithuania.
This week read about Colombians being no longer afraid of being out and proud, and protestors demanding longer prison sentences for LGBT people in Senegal.
A journalist was harassed by Qatar police over a mistaken LGBT flag, and Senegal is becoming more dangerous for LGBT people.
LGBT groups in Spain fear the monkeypox stigma, and three men have been arrested after a homophobic attack in Senegal.
This week read about an LGBT organization deemed a "foreign agent" in Russia, and lawmakers in Senegal creating an anti-LGBT law.
This week read about the arrests of the LGBT community in Senegal, and the first LGBT shelter to receive funding in Poland.
Louisiana police are currently investigating racist and anti-gay fliers, which call for the death of gay people in order to eradicate HIV and AIDS, from the Ku Klux Klan, local CBS-affiliate news station WWLTV reports.
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) – The head of an anti-gay coalition says police have arrested 11 people in Senegal’s capital during a demonstration against the release of 11 people accused of homosexual acts.
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — A Senegalese activist and a rights group called for the release of seven men arrested in July and sentenced to six months in prison for homosexual acts Aug. 28.
DAKAR, Senegal -- A well-known Senegalese journalist was sentenced Friday to six months in prison for acts of homosexuality, which is illegal in this West African country.
(WB) Lawmakers in Senegal have rejected a bill that would have further criminalized consensual same-sex sexual relations in the country.
DAKAR, Senegal -- Residents in the Senegalese town of Kaolack say police have arrested 11 people accused of homosexual acts.