The number of bar raids in America may have subsided, but LGBTs in Africa, Russia, the Mideast, to name a few, still face antigay laws that subject them to police hostility and brutality.
The decision shows Ugandans are not his 'puppets,' says the antigay minister, who is being sued for spreading homophobia in the nation.
President Goodluck Jonathan reportedly told activist Michael Ighodaro that opponents of the law could challenge it in court.
A new documentary series called Living With the Enemy kicks off in September, featuring a right-wing minister who agrees to live with a married gay couple.
Human Rights First and HRC are pushing hard for LGBT rights and equality to be on the table at Washington's historic U.S.-Africa Summit.
Last weekend's VietPride 2014 was a major hit, drawing an estimated 300 atttendees for the third annual celebration.
The ambassador announced his marriage, with a ceremony taking place in Austria, where it's illegal.
A landmark ruling from Uganda's Constitutional Court today overturned the draconian anti-LGBT law on a technicality.