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Breaking: The Sultan of Brunei Says It Won’t Enforce Gay Death Penalty Due to Backlash

Today the Sultan of Brunei announced he would be placing a moratorium on the gay death penalty that was enacted on April 3

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Starting Today, the Island Nation of Brunei Will Put Gay People to Death

Starting today, Brunei laws punishing gay sex (among other offenses) with death have been enacted

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Five Years Ago, We Protested the Sultan of Brunei’s International Hotels. It’s Time to Do It Again.

The sultan demands death for Brunei’s LGBTQ citizens while he makes money off international travelers

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Everything You Should Know About Holi, the Hindu Festival of Color

Those images of ecstatic people among clouds of colorful dye — that’s Holi, the Hindu “festival of color,” marking the arrival of spring

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Today in Washington, D.C., Trump and Bolsonaro Bond Over Their Shared Homophobia and Bigotry

It was the first White House visit of the Brazilian leader’s administration, and the two men praised their shared views

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Casa 1, São Paulo’s LGBTQ Homeless Shelter and Cultural Center, Is Sadly Closing Its Doors

A safe place for LGBTQ homeless youth in Downtown São Paulo, Brazil, is officially closing its doors at the end of the year

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Here Are the World’s Most LGBT-Friendly Countries, Courtesy of the 2019 Gay Travel Index

Every year Spartacus ranks the world’s most LGBT-friendly countries, and this year three countries tied for the top spot

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Trump Administration Says It Wants to Lead Global Effort to Decriminalize LGBT People

While a concrete strategy isn’t yet laid out, the administration reportedly has plans to launch a global campaign

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Gay Men in Western Countries Are Voting for Conservative and Far-Right Politicians

LGBT Americans consistently vote for liberal politicians, but that’s simply not the case in other Western nations

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This Year’s Mumbai Pride Saw Its Biggest Turnout Yet, and With No Danger of Arrest

The annual event saw its biggest crowds ever, with an estimated 15,000 people who took to the streets

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