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No room for complacency in the global battle against homophobia

Adam Long welcomes the recent overturning of Uganda’s anti-gay bill, but cautions against early celebration.

Filed in: Gay Rights Uganda

‘I made the decision to be free or die’

On World Refugee Day, Jo Lateu talks to Farah Abdi about the particular difficulties faced by LGBT asylum-seekers.

Filed in: Gay Rights Malta Migration Refugees

World Vision USA’s gay marriage U-turn is callous and cowardly

The homophobia of this evangelical aid agency beggars belief, says Leigh Daynes.

Filed in: Gay Rights Uganda

Uganda anti-gay law elicits mixed reactions from the rest of Africa

Moses Wasamu gives an overview of responses from across the continent.

Filed in: Africa Gay Rights Uganda

Clampdown continues on Nigeria’s LGBT community

But the global voices of dissent are growing louder, reports Chris Matthews.

Filed in: Activism England Gay Rights Nigeria Politics

The Sochi struggle for LGBTI rights

Adam Long reports on the global fight against homophobia, and looks to Holland’s past for inspiration.

Filed in: Gay Rights Russia

For UKIP, 'it's raining men'

Kerry-anne Mendoza celebrates a Facebook campaign to get the song to the top of the charts following the latest party blunder.

Filed in: Gay Rights United Kingdom

LGBTIQ Africa: we are here and we are many!

Sokari Ekine, editor of the Queer African Reader, explains the book’s significance at a time of social transformation.

Filed in: Africa Culture Gay Rights

Has this been the decade of gay rights in Britain?

From Section 28 to equal marriage, legal gains have been achieved but there is still work to be done, says Adam Long.

Filed in: Equality Gay Rights Politics

Gay rights are not in competition with religious freedom

On Blog Action Day, Adam Long argues that there is no room in a democracy for one set of rights to infringe on another.

Filed in: Equality Gay Rights Human Rights

Orthodox Church goes on the rampage in Georgia

Why were nettle-wielding women and stool-throwing priests allowed to attack LGTBI activists? asks Onnik Krikorian.

Filed in: Gay Rights Georgia Politics Religion Violence

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