The first man to come out in Nigeria on national television was forced to flee three years after doing so. And he says the political climate has only gotten worse.
President Yoweri Museveni refused to sign the Anti-Homosexuality Bill at this point but still said that gay people are 'abnormal.'
A new report from CNN suggests that a bill aiming to revoke the parental rights of gay and lesbian Russians is likely to be reintroduced after the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, with a few minor adjustments.
The report, from Russia's Foreign Ministry, also calls out 'xenophobia, racism, violent nationalism, and neo-Nazism' in Europe.
Thirty-eight gay people in Nigeria have already been arrested, and a list of 168 LGBT people has been compiled, reportedly through torture.
The multimedia outlet published the first of a five-part series titled 'Young and Gay in Putin's Russia.'