This weke’s #FollowFriday will introduce you to an inspiring athlete, a Palestinian fashionista and an angelic troublemaker from Nigeria
Nigerian police conducted an arrest of 42 men for homosexuality this weekend, though there are conflicting reports about what the men were doing
While Chechnya has reportedly conducted the anti-gay arrest and torture of over 100 suspected homosexuals, Iran and Nigeria are doing group arrests as well.
The LGBTI community of Nigeria are fighting rampant stigma in their religion, along with the dangers of conversion therapy
Nigerian comedian Ogusbaba has planned a tour in Europe and America, but he won’t find a warm reception after his latest sketch portrays rape for laughs.
The activist group ACT UP was fined the equivalent of $854 by the Court of Appeals in France. Their crime? Hanging posters calling anti-queer group La Manif Pour Tous (The Strike For All) homophobes. If anything, you’d think a homophobic group would embrace that label. That and more in your monthly[…]
Former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan speaks out against an act that would not only ban marriage equality, but make same-sex affection punishable with a decade in prison.
This this month’s roundup of homophobia from around the world, we look at whether or not companies have a responsibility to not do business in countries that outlaw being queer.
Nigeria’s anti-gay laws, combined with institutional homophobia and misconceptions about HIV are keeping men from getting the help they need.
In March alone, governments and organizations from Europe, Africa and Asia did things to combat HIV and raise prominent LGBT activists and artists.