Scott Lively’s ‘Crackpot Bigotry’ landed him in court last year for his role in encouraging anti-gay fervor in Uganda; now, Scott Lively lost his appeal
Though many African countries have criminalized homosexuality, Pan Africa ILGA is fighting for LGBTQ rights throughout the continent
In this week’s guide to looking informed at brunch, we strike a Pose while waiting for Ryan Murphy’s new show, and celebrate GLAAD’s celebration of Britney
While the original Uganda anti-gay law was struck down in 2014, politicians want to bring back the ‘Kill the Gays’ bill for another go
A Kenyan court ruled that forced anal exams to convict suspected homosexuals is unconstitutional, but eight other countries still use them
It’s the end of the year, so it’s time to look at the best entertainment stories Hornet published during all of 2017 — did we include your favorite?
QKIFF, the Uganda LGBTQ film festival, was shut down by police with AK-47 rifles this weekend, despite cops recently receiving LGBTQ sensitivity training
A queer person named L was fleeing violence, torture and rape in their home country of Uganda, but an error at a U.S. airport has got them sent back to Africa
Uganda police aren’t exactly known for being LGBTQ friendly, so we’re not sure how we feel about them holding LGBTQ ‘sensitivity training’
Uganda Pride 2017 has been cancelled because of police raid in the event’s venues and an ongoing atmosphere of anti-LGBTQ violence in the country
One LGBTQ film activist is helping throw Kampala’s second annual queer film festival even though Uganda is one of the most anti-LGBTQ countries in the world
The dictionary has had our back for ages when it comes to explaining what words mean — and now they have our back when it comes to the spectrum of queer identities.