Ghanaians have halted all plans to celebrate Pride in a bid to focus on the advocating for the release of their colleagues who were arrested on 21st May while UN experts speak out on their incarceration.
On Thursday 8th March 2918 Lesbian,Bisexual,Transgender men and queer women under Freedom and Roam Uganda,Fem Alliance and the Taala foundation came together to celebrate the international women’s day 2018.They pushed for progress in wellness of LBTQ women by first holding a fitness training and a basketball tournament after which they shared a meal and celebrated […]
The Pope refused to attend a Catholic International Women’s Day event and the Vatican refused to host it – because one of the speakers is a lesbian.The annual Voices of Faith conference, which features Catholic women from across the world, is traditionally held at the Vatican on International Women’s Day. However, this year’s event was spurned […]
Australia’s parliament has legislated for marriage equality, passing a bill almost unanimously to allow two people, regardless of sex, to marry. On Thursday the House of Representatives passed a cross-party bill after an unprecedented national postal survey gave unstoppable momentum to legislate the historic social reform.
In the past year, the situation of democracy and human rights around the world continue to deteriorate at an alarming rate. Political and civil space is increasingly shrinking in numerous countries, and economic, social and cultural development often is uneven and does not include vulnerable groups.
A solid majority of Australians voted in favor of same-sex marriage in a historic survey that, while not binding, paves the way for Parliament to legally recognize the unions of gay and lesbian couples.
Of 12.7 million Australians who took part in the government survey, 61.6 percent voted yes and 38.4 percent voted no, officials announced on Wednesday morning. Participation was high, with 79.5 percent of voting-age Australians sending back their postal ballots.
By Ambrose Barigye Background Saint Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick (Irish: Lá Fhéile Pádraig, “the Day of the Festival of Patrick”), is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick (c. AD 385–461), the foremost patron saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick’s Day was made […]
Aizak Buyondo is a Ugandan UK based Fashion and travel writer, Brand Ambassador and a socialite. Very interesting interview, please watch to the end. For more information please go to www.aizakbuyondo.com.
One Man’s Dream to Make Parenthood a Reality for Sexual Minorities By Ruth Muganzi Every so often, LGBTI persons have had to deal with the dilemma of starting a family. After getting past the ridicule and hurdles that come with identifying as a sexual minority, the decision to become parents is another of the hardest challenges LGBTI persons encounter.