LGBTQ people in Tunisia have made incredible strides in public opinion over the past few years, but they still face legal persecution
A Kenyan court ruled that forced anal exams to convict suspected homosexuals is unconstitutional, but eight other countries still use them
The National Council of the Medical Order in Tunisia called for an end to the country’s forced anal and genital exams on men suspected of homosexuality
On March 10, a court in Sousse, Tunisia sentenced two young men to 8 months in prison for homosexuality, despite the results of an anal examination
Canada’s cleaning out their old, irrelevant laws — first on the chopping block: Anal sex!
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.
Our monthly roundup looks at homophobic legislation and anti-LGBTQ violence around the world.