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Gay man ‘tortured’ in Qatar for his sexuality is sentenced: 'This is a breach of my human rights'

Forty-four-year-old Manuel Guerrero Aviña was detained in February after being entrapped by law enforcement through a fake Grindr profile, his family says.

Should LGBTQ+ travelers visit places where homosexuality is outlawed? It's complicated

"If you really want to go there, you need to respect the laws and religion of these countries and play the game.”

Meet the LGBTQ+ celebrities and activists TIME called the Most Influential People of 2024

From actors to activists, TIME is honoring some of the LGBTQ+ people who have changed the world.

This gay man had to flee Ghana after a violent attack. He’s finally been granted asylum

"What I really want the world to know is that [queer Ghanaians] have no life, they have no voice,” Mr. B, who was recently granted asylum, told The Advocate.


British gay man ‘tortured’ in Qatar is almost out of HIV medicine, family says (exclusive)

Manuel Guerrero, 44, is banned from leaving the country and is about to run out of antiretroviral medication, his brother Enrique tells The Advocate.

X likely profited from promoted post calling for LGBTQ+ death penalty

X reportedly received between $10 and $2,500 to promote a post calling for LGBTQ+ people to receive the death penalty.

Houthis sentence 9 men to death on dubious 'sodomy' charges in Yemen

A Houthi court sentenced 32 men on charges of "sodomy" earlier this year, a Human Rights Watch investigation has found.

Pastor warns against gospel music  because '78%' of musicians are gay

Ghanaian pastor and musician Sonnie Badu says that even gospel music isn't safe from the evil gays.

Ghana stands to lose $3.8 billion over anti-LGBTQ+ law as president delays signing

Officials warned President Akufo-Addo that signing the draconian anti-LGBTQ+ bill into law would have grave consequences.

Gay airline employee subject to 'torture' after arrest in Qatar, family says

The family of 44-year-old Manuel Guerrero say that Qatari authorities have subjected him to torture by depriving him of his HIV medication.

Transgender rights are under attack not just in the U.S., but around the world: study

While recognition of gender identity has increased significantly in the past two decades, so has the criminalization of transgender people, a new study shows.

House Speaker Mike Johnson Partnered With Antigay Conversion Therapy Group Before Entering Politics

Johnson gave legal advice to Exodus International, a leader in the so-called "ex-gay" movement.

USAID Releases Historic LGBTQ-Inclusive Development Policy

The new policy is meant to provide a framework for the agency to create inclusive programming.

Would the Pope Fall Foul of Uganda’s Pending Anti-LGBTQ+ Law?

A Ugandan bill expands existing criminalization of same-sex conduct to create a legal framework for systematic persecution and social exclusion based on sexual orientation and gender identity. What will the Pope do?