The men, who previously ‘tested negative’ for homosexuality, have been sentenced to three years in jail for ‘spreading indecent images and inciting debauchery.’
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It's an ironic twist in which seven Egyptian men accused of being gay might be exonerated by the insulting, inaccurate 'medical' tests to which they were subjected.
After a video of an April same-sex wedding went viral this summer, Egyptian authorities have now arrested seven of the participants in what is being described as Egypt's first gay wedding.