In this look at news from around the world, Scotland’s approved PrEP and studies show that LGBTQ acceptance leads to fewer assaults on all communities
10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Tanzania Closes HIV Centers, Trans Voting in Ecuador, ‘Moonlight’ in Botswana
Tanzania closes HIV centers because a place for HIV tests and counseling apparently ‘encourages homosexuality’ — that and more in our look around the world
An activist in Tanzania called for a travel boycott of his country, saying the government is “killing the LGBT community” by denying HIV health services
Despite treatment and testing being so much better, HIV rates stay where they are. Why?
WTF? An US Appeals judge doesn’t seem to know what the world “bisexual” means. That and more maddening news in our monthly look at worldwide queerphobia.
A Mexican trans woman was murdered and her corpse burned, and more in our monthly look at queerphobia around the world.
The Philippines has a new HIV campaign! But for some reason, they’re excluding men who have sex with men from getting help. WTF?
A French group is suing Twitter, YouTube and Facebook for not doing more to end online harassment. This and more in our world news round-up!
Black magic rituals involving the rape and murder of albino men and women in the African nation of Tanzania are being blamed for the deaths of hundreds. Just reading our own headline sends shivers down our spine. Over one million of Tanzania’s 40 million people are infected with HIV or […]