The first case of its kind, Sexual Minorities Uganda v. Scott Lively seeks to hold the antigay American pastor responsible for his persecution of LGBT people in Uganda.
American-born gay photographer D. David Robinson collected portraits and first-person accounts from lesbian, gay, transgender, and intersex Ugandans, then turned to The Advocate to offer these brave activists a forum to tell their stories in their own words.
School officials at the National College of the Arts in Lahore, Pakistan, received threats of violence after publishing a series of paintings depicting Muslim clerics with homoerotic undertones.
A transgender man appeared on Ugandan television's Morning Breeze to talk about homosexuality, but he could barely get a word in edgewise with antigay Reverend Martin Ssempa's vitriolic hate speech and constant interruptions.
Saba, a tiny island in the Dutch Caribbean, is becoming a travel destination for same-sex couples looking to get married in paradise.
The Parliament will resume in January, when it could once again consider the "Anti-Homosexuality Bill"
Frank Mugisha, executive director of Sexual Minorities Uganda, told reporters on a conference call that Uganda's parliament could close out its session tomorrow, without a vote on the controversial "Anti-Homosexuality Bill."