Gay Law

Gay Law

Reported Journalist Deaths Around the World

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In Mexico, two have died and in Yemen incidents of arrests, threats and violence have increased. A total around the world of over 60 journalists, bloggers and citizen journalists have been killed with around 340 imprisoned. ...
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Russian LGBT Rights Organization Speaks Out

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Two members of the Russian LGBT rights organization Rakurs have traveled to the United States on a 10-day visit to discuss the anti-gay propaganda law in Russia and the 2014 Sochi Olympics. ...
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Germany to Allow Genderless Birth Certificates

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On Friday, Germany became the first country to really acknowledge the fact that 1 in 1,500 babies are born as intersex individuals and allow parents to leave the gender box blank on their child’s birth certificate. ...
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Portuguese Perceptions Plummet in Current Market

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Portuguese residents have grown sharply more critical of their leaders over the past year, as the economic crisis has affected more of them personally. ...
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Brazil’s Copacabana Beach Packed for Pride

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The Rio de Janeiro pride parade may not be the biggest in Brazil, but it is arguably the wildest. Tens of thousands of parade goers gathered at Copacabana beach to be a part of pride. ...
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Lebanon Bans Gay Film ‘Stranger By The Lake’

International
Lebanon bans "artistic works believed to incite sectarian strife or undermine morals or state authority." Lebanese law also opposes homosexuality. ...
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LGBT-Friendly Practice Opens in Bethlehem

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A new primary care office specifically welcoming the LGBT community opened in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania after Allen Smith acknowledged he was lying to his doctor his whole life about his sexuality. ...
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Selena Gomez Denied Russian Visa Over LGBT Views

Entertainment
After being denied her visa, Gomez remained silent about the ordeal, but other celebrities like Cher, Elton John and Andy Cohen have been very vocal about their opinions on Russia’s new laws. ...
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Scissor Sister to Marry Lesbian Lover in Dublin Jail

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Scissor sister Linda Mulhall, as in the murder duo, not the band, has proposed to her girlfriend in jail. Mulhall, who brutally killed her mother’s boyfriend after an argument, has found love behind the bars of Dublin’s Dochas Centre after a year of dating. ...
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Hundreds of Bulgarians March for Civil Rights

International
Several hundred Bulgarian citizens marched for civil rights peacefully through Sofia, Bulgaria. Hundreds of police officers protected the marchers after extremist groups told the group to stop. ...
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