On Monday, Uganda President Yoweri Musevini signed the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which includes life imprisonment for repeat offenders and jail time for people who fail to report homosexuals to police. This the latest on the repercussions of the world’s most homophobic legislation.
The 2009 Anti-Homosexuality Bill has been now passed by Uganda's parliament. The President could sign it into law as early as tomorrow as LGBT people fear further persecution in the conservative country.
On Thursday Australia’s High Court overturned state legislation in the Australian Capital Territory that had legalized gay marriage. This meant that LGBT couples could legally marry for just 5 days. The move has sparked debate about legislation at a constitutional level.