India's Supreme Court ends colonial-era ban on gay sex
India's Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a colonial-era ban on gay sex at the centre of years of legal battles.
India's top court expected to rule on gay sex
India's Supreme Court is likely on Thursday to deliver an eagerly awaited judgement on colonial-era legislation criminalising homosexuality, lawyers said.
LGBTQ In Nigeria: Between Law And Love
For every rational human being, finding love is, arguably, one of the best things in life. And when that love enjoys the support of friends and family, the joy is fuller. But for Shalom Shoremi, finding love pitted her against her family. The problem? Her partner was of the same sex. As a woman, her…
As UK ban looms, gay 'conversion therapy' still haunts subjects
Peter Price was 18 when he underwent conversion therapy, which was intended to "cure" his homosexuality but instead left him deeply damaged. "I thought I was going mental. I wasn't worried about getting cured, I was worried about getting out alive," he told AFP. The British government this week announced its intention to ban the…
Police arrest two men over gay sex video
Two Indonesian men have been arrested for allegedly uploading a video of themselves having sex to social media, police said Tuesday, amid a crackdown on the LGBT community in the world's biggest Muslim-majority nation.
Tanzania arrests 12 for "homosexuality" in Dar es Salaam
Tanzanian police said Wednesday they had arrested 12 men, including two South Africans and a Ugandan, for presumed homosexuality as part of an ongoing crackdown against gays.
Controversial boundaries of gender-bending fashion in Nigeria
Recently, Nigerian androgynous male models wore mini-skirts in a fashion campaign that led to an outrage which was defended by the creator of the spread, as pushing the boundaries on exploring masculinity.
Lagos arraigns 28 adults, 12 minors for homosexuality
They were said to have been caught in the act of homosexuality at a popular hotel in the area, simply known as Vintage Hotel.
Nigerian police consider 'gay' charges against 42 men
Nigerian police are considering charges against 42 men arrested in Lagos on account of their alleged homosexuality, the latest example of the country's tough stance against the gay community.