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Watch as South Africa's first gay rugby team tackles prejudice

Jul 05, 2016

Watch as South Africa's first gay rugby team tackles prejudice

In a bid to fight stereotypes, the Jozi Cats, South Africa's first gay rugby team has launched a campaign to recruit more members to their team #Homosexuality #South Africa #Rugby #Gay Marriage #Shareworthy #Jozi Cats
Section 377: Supreme Court refers fresh petition on homosexuality to CJI

Jun 29, 2016

Section 377: Supreme Court refers fresh petition on homosexuality to CJI

The Supreme Court on Wednesday referred the fresh PIL seeking to overturn the colonial-era law of Section 377 of the IPC to Chief Justice of India stating that the petition is to be heard along with curative petition which is already pending in the apex court. #NewsTracker #Homosexuality #Section 377 #Naz Foundation #Chief Justice TS Thakur #IPC section 377
Jerusalem court sentences man to life imprisonment for murdering girl at gay pride parade

Jun 26, 2016

Jerusalem court sentences man to life imprisonment for murdering girl at gay pride parade

A Jerusalem court on Sunday sentenced a radical ultra-Orthodox Israeli Jew who fatally stabbed a teenage girl at a gay pride parade last year to life in prison plus 31 years. #NewsTracker #Israel #Homosexuality #Jerusalem #Gay pride #Yishai Schlissel #Shira Banki
Feminism means nothing to poor Indian women: Hoshang Merchant

Jun 25, 2016

Feminism means nothing to poor Indian women: Hoshang Merchant

The inimitable poet Hoshang Merchant, spiky and at times sarcastic, talks homosexuality, feminism in India, and nationalism in times of dissent. #Feminism #Homosexuality #QandA #queer #FWeekend #Hoshang Merchant #Secret Writings of Hoshang Merchant #Arts&Culture
For LGBTQ community in India, the search for safe public spaces is a difficult one

Jun 19, 2016

For LGBTQ community in India, the search for safe public spaces is a difficult one

Ever since the deadly shooting at Orlando’s gay club Pulse, I’ve seen friends on Facebook share posts in solidarity, trying to start conversations about gay clubs that are safe spaces #HowThisWorks #Homosexuality #Bengaluru #Orlando shooting #LGBTQ community #gay clubs #Ma Faiza
'Regret' inviting Islamic cleric to state dinner: Australian PM Turnbull

Jun 17, 2016

'Regret' inviting Islamic cleric to state dinner: Australian PM Turnbull

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull expressed regret that an Islamic cleric, with radical views on homosexuality, was invited to a government-hosted dinner. #Australia #TheySaidIt #Homosexuality #Malcolm Turnbull #Islamic Cleric #Sheikh Shady Al-Suleiman
Anal tests by cops on 'gay suspects' don't violate human rights, rules judge in Kenya

Jun 16, 2016

Anal tests by cops on 'gay suspects' don't violate human rights, rules judge in Kenya

Two men had sought a court ruling to stop enforced anal examinations and HIV tests of men accused of being gay after they were subjected to the procedures. #TheySaidIt #Homosexuality #Kenya #anal tests #Kenyan National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission #Mathew Emukule
Homosexuality is a choice? French President Hollande slammed for gay 'gaffe'

Jun 14, 2016

Homosexuality is a choice? French President Hollande slammed for gay 'gaffe'

President Hollande's office quickly replaced the offending phrase with "freedom to live your sexual orientation and choose your style of life." #TheySaidIt #Homosexuality #Hollande #pulse #Orlando shooting #Omar Mateen
Orlando shooter was a home-grown terrorist radicalised over the internet: FBI

Jun 14, 2016

Orlando shooter was a home-grown terrorist radicalised over the internet: FBI

Orlando shooter Omar Mateen was a home-grown terrorist who was radicalised over the internet, the FBI said. #United States #World #US #TheySaidIt #Homosexuality #FBI #islamic-state #ISIL #ISIS #IS #Orlando shooting #Omar Mateen
LGBT rights: There's a lot Tim Cook could do in the war on Section 377

May 19, 2016

LGBT rights: There's a lot Tim Cook could do in the war on Section 377

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s visit to India started with an early morning aarti to the iconic Siddhivinayak Temple; the visit sent a message to the LGBT communities in India that hopefully Ganpati Bappa will remove the obstacles created by Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code #Barack Obama #Narendra Modi #Corporate India #InMyOpinion #Homosexuality #Apple #Siddhivinayak temple #Tim Cook #LGBT rights #Section 377 #Humsafar Trust #Xulaz Mannan