Topics :: anti-gay human rights abuses
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By Steve Weinstein | Sunday Sep 22, 2013
Activists and critics weigh in on the boycott against Russian vodka.
By Stephen Wilson | Thursday Aug 22, 2013
The Russian government assured the IOC on Thursday it will not discriminate against homosexuals during the Sochi Olympics, while defending the law against gay "propaganda" that has provoked an international backlash.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Apr 30, 2013
A teen died after he was allegedly tortured at a South African training camp that claimed it could turn teen boys into "men."
By Jonathan Paye-Layleh | Sunday Nov 11, 2012
Liberians of Christian and Muslim faiths united in their hatred of same-sex marriage, launching a campaign to ban it in the African nation.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 23, 2010
An anti-gay American evangelical is set to headline a rally in Uganda--the African nation where a similar event featuring three evangelicals more than a year ago set the stage for that nation’s infamous anti-gay death penalty bill.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Nov 9, 2009
In abusive relationships, the abuser blames the abused... and all too often, the abused takes the blame. This is true of individuals, but we can see it happening in society at large as well.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Nov 5, 2009
Shock, outrage, grief: in the wake of Maine voters having yanked marriage equality from the grasp of gay and lesbian families, all these are natural responses. But before we lash out with angry rhetoric, let’s take a moment.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Aug 26, 2009
Two Minnesota high school teachers allegedly harassed a student they thought to be gay in front of the entire class. The result: a $25,000 payoff to the student’s family--but no apologies, says a newspaper columnist.
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