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Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardis Gras Wraps Up | Photo Report

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardis Gras Wraps Up | Photo Report

2014-03-05
With photos by Hamid Mousa courtesy of SBS, we take you through the highlights of Sydney's epic Mardis Gras
Uganda President Signs Anti-Homosexuality Bill | Developments and Reactions

Uganda President Signs Anti-Homosexuality Bill | Developments and Reactions

2014-02-27
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.
Uganda Passes Anti Homosexuality Bill

Uganda Passes Anti Homosexuality Bill

2013-12-20
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.
Honeymoon Over for Gay Couples as Legalization of Same-sex Marriage is Overturned by High Court

Honeymoon Over for Gay Couples as Legalization of Same-sex Marriage is Overturned by High Court

2013-12-14
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.
National and International Community Rallies Against India’s Shock Supreme Court Ruling

National and International Community Rallies Against India’s Shock Supreme Court Ruling

2013-12-13
LGBT groups both in and outside India, Indian politicians, worldwide influencers, and even the have been forming battle lines against India’s shock Supreme Court ruling on Wednesday which upheld a colonial era rule making gay sex illegal.
The two faces of Thai tolerance

The two faces of Thai tolerance

2013-09-11
Thailand's Bangkok Post last week highlighted that while the country's tourism authorities are trying to market Thailand as a gay-friendly destination urging gay visitors to "Go Thai. Be free", local LGBT activists say the campaign disguises a darker reality that beneath the veneer of public tolerance, conservatism and discrimination remain rife.
Spread of HIV in Bangkok has become an 'explosive epidemic': Health authorities

Spread of HIV in Bangkok has become an 'explosive epidemic': Health authorities

2013-07-15
The Bangkok Post last week quoted a health report that said that increasing number of HIV infections are among "white collar, professional and well-educated" gay men.
HIV, syphilis rise among gay men in Bangkok

HIV, syphilis rise among gay men in Bangkok

2013-07-04
Syphilis cases among men who have sex with men (MSM) have more than doubled from 5% in 2005 to 12.5% in 2011 while the annual prevalence of HIV also rose "significantly" from 24.5% in 2005 to 29.4% in 2011 among MSM.
Australia's New South Wales to legally recognise

Australia's New South Wales to legally recognise "non-specific" gender

2013-06-03
The New South Wales Court of Appeal last Friday overturned a previous ruling that only legally recognised male and female as a valid gender status; now a third option — "non-specific" — can now be listed.
12,000 at Tokyo Pride March

12,000 at Tokyo Pride March

2013-04-29
Organisers say about 12,000 people participated in pride march on Sunday which kicked-off the first ever “Tokyo Rainbow Week” to be held in the city.

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