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Vignettes Depicting LGBT Life in Kenya Premieres

Vignettes Depicting LGBT Life in Kenya Premieres

Hundreds of anonymous interviews with gay men and women around Kenya were conducted by people from Nest, a Kenyan multidisciplinary art space.

Study Concludes LGB People Have Bad Experiences with Health Care

Researchers found lesbians, gays and bisexuals are twice as likely to have bad experiences with general health practitioners than straight counterparts.

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Ireland Sees Largest Attendance in Pride Parade History

With the referendum on civil marriage for same-sex couples coming up in 2015, Marriage Equality’s Grainne Healy encourage everyone to register to vote.

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Congolese Lesbian Fears for Safety, Threatened with ‘Cure’

Fonthes was vacationing with her mother and sister when her mom took her passport to force her to go to an organization that fixes homosexuality.

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Lesbian Crowned Rose of Tralee, First Gay Winner

Last weekend Boston’s 27-year-old Maria Walsh became the first gay winner of the Rose of Tralee, one of Ireland’s most prestigious festivals.

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Nearly 3-in-10 Worldwide See Their Areas as Good for Gays

The Netherlands, where residents say their communities are good places for gays or lesbians, was the first country to legalize same-sex marriage in 2001.

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Progressive Scotland Presents Commonwealth Games with Flair

About 6,000 people, including athletes and celebrities came to the government-funded LGBTI Pride House in Glasglow, including First Minister Alex Salmond.

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LGBT People Disproportionally Affected by Hate Crimes in Spain

Of the 550 reported hate crimes reported in Spain in 2012, 235 were due to sexual orientation or gender identity, about 40 percent.

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Ex-Gay Therapy, Hypnosis Protested in Beijing

A 30-year-old man spoke in court of the trauma he suffered in Chongqing, including electric shock therapy and hypnosis as a means to cure his homosexuality.

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Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Law Invalidated

Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Act was struck down Friday by a panel of five judges who ruled that the speaker of parliament violated procedures.

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