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CNN In Uganda, where homosexual acts are punishable by prison sentences, being openly gay requires an astounding amount of courage. Abandoned at birth, she fought racism to the top Why this female chef fired 5 men in 1 week Graffiti queen delivers justice with spray can Biggest female voyage to Antarctica Is she the Mike Tyson of MMA? Meet Nepal's rock star nun.

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Legal rights are diminishing for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex LGBTI people across the African continent. It's already illegal to be gay in Uganda. If you're found to have had a same-sex relationship, you can expect to spend seven years in prison.

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Yet the ruling was delivered only weeks after the High Court of Kenya upheld laws that criminalize gay sex, underscoring the wide differences in how L. An anonymous plaintiff, identified in court papers only as L. But on Tuesday, three judges voted unanimously to revoke the laws.

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The activist was arrested by the police while on his way back from Friday prayers. He was reportedly driven to a building where he was led through a dark hall to an interrogation room, and aggressively question about Ugandan LGBT movement. Mukwaaya was cut around the hands and tortured with a machine that applies extreme pressure to the body, preventing breathing and causing severe pain before being driven out of the building and dumped. He boarded a motorbike taxi to the city center and telephone his colleagues from Shaken and bruised, he boarded a motorbike taxi to the city center and telephoned colleagues from Sexual Minorities Uganda who found him weak, filthy and without shoes and some of his clothing.

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In Augusta six-year-long court process against notorious anti-gay, evangelical pastor Scott Lively came to an end. The suit alleged that Lively, who had traveled to Uganda in the early s, sought to deprive LGBT individuals in Uganda of their fundamental human rights. In the lengthy court process that followed, U.

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The Tanzanian government distanced itself from Makonda's latest anti-gay witch-hunt a full five days after it made headlines in local media, by stating that his planned crackdown "is not part of official policy". Homosexuality is illegal in 34 African countries and a crime punishable by death in Mauritania, Sudan, Northern Nigeria and Southern Somalia. African leaders often cite culture and Christianity as reasons for outlawing homosexuality.

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South Africa is still walking a tightrope between its strong constitutional commitment to protect gay rights and its solidarity with the largely homophobic rest of Africa. But it seems at least to be improving its balance. Few would argue with Jeffery that at home and on paper, South Africa is indeed exemplary in protecting gay rights.

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Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Uganda is one of 36 African countries where homosexuality is illegal. It's a notoriously intolerant place for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.

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Uganda has recently attracted international media attention for its Anti-Homosexuality Bill, which is currently awaiting a second reading in the Ugandan Parliament. Despite this government action, civil society organizations in Uganda, such as the Human Rights Awareness and Promotion Forum HRAPFwhich I interned with this summer, have made considerable progress in obtaining legal recognition of basic human rights for LGBT people through strategic litigation before the courts. This ruling makes it clear that it is not a crime to identify as homosexual in Uganda.

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These are external links and will open in a new window. In Ugandan MPs tried to introduce new laws against homosexuality that would include life imprisonment and even the death penalty. Homophobia was rife in the media with tabloid papers printing the names and addresses of gay men and lesbians. The law was eventually overturned by the Constitutional Court in but homosexuality is still illegal in Uganda.

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