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82 Countries have anti-LGBT laws.

The eight countries I have mentioned in this blog are only a few of many countries, which have anti-LGBT laws. According to the article “82 countries where homosexuality is illegal” lists the countries, which have LGBT inequalities. Here’s the list … Continue reading

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Uganda’s ant-LGBT laws become stricter

  This year, Uganda passed a law in which broadens the criminalization of same-sex relations to life in prison if caught. Before this law was passed the maximum sentence was 14 years. Uganda is a great example of a country … Continue reading

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8 States have laws similar to Russia’s in the U.S.

The article Washington Post raised a very valid agreement in the article titled “ U.S. hypocrisy over Russia’s anti gay laws” through stating that there are currently 8 states in America, which have similar propaganda laws to Russia. Although the … Continue reading

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Hopes for Increased Tolerence in Jamaica

According to some human’s rights activists, Jamaica is said to be one of the most homophobic places on earth due to the high levels of violence towards those who are LGBT. Sexual acts between men in this country are punishable … Continue reading

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Cameroon quietly aresting, charging and imprisioning LGBT individuals for years

Cameroon is an African country in which anti-LGBT laws have been in place for the last 30 years. In 2007, a poll found that 84 percent of Cameroonians stated that their country is not a good place for homosexuals. The … Continue reading

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Harassment to Transgendered Not Yet Considered a Hate Crime in Canada

The fact that the law doesn’t protect Transgendered Canadians is something that really boggles my mind. The articles, Transgender Canadians Deserve Protection — Why Aren’t They Getting It? Makes a great argument that the U.S. has better laws protecting transgendered … Continue reading

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LGBT Iranians seek Community over the Internet to avoid Execution

In Iran those homosexuality considered a crime punished by imprisonment or even execution in more extreme cases. Those LGBT Iranians who chose to come out risk being tortured solely for their sexual orientation. The article titled “Iran gay report highlights … Continue reading

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