Archive | May, 2011

In Africa, will massive US HIV/Aids funding start trickling to gay/MSM groups?

   Support this website People say we’re “invaluable”, “indispensable” and “an essential service” — please consider making a donation. Tuesday, 31 May 2011   By Paul Canning Revised guidance on HIV/Aids prevention from the US government have been welcomed by agencies – but changes will face strong anti-gay resistance. The Office of the US […]

0

PM to repay tax payers money spent on Downing St

  The amount of money that the Camerons have spent on Downing Street since the election. In these times of austerity can it really be justified to spend so much tax payers money on this? Solution: For David Cameron to release details of his spending through the Freedom of Of Information requests already submitted, attempt […]

0

The tortured Ugandan lesbian the UK wants to send back

  Support this website People say we’re “invaluable”, “indispensable” and “an essential service” — please consider making a donation. Tuesday, 31 May 2011   Image by practicalowl via Flickr Source: The Guardian By Diane Taylor A Ugandan woman who was branded with a hot iron in her home country as a punishment for her sexuality, […]

0

New memorial to gay holocaust victims to be built in Munich

Europe · Politics · World by Christopher Brocklebank 31 May 2011, 2:38pm Over 50,000 gay people were arrested and imprisoned by the Nazis The German city of Munich, where the Nazis raided gay bars in the early days of the Third Reich, is to have a new memorial dedicated to the gay and lesbian victims of the holocaust. […]

0

New website launched to further promote gay marriage equality in Australia

by Christopher Brocklebank 31 May 2011, 1:18pm My Marriage Story hopes to promote the campaign for same-sex marriage in Australia A newly launched Australian website, My Marriage Story, is allowing LGBTI Australians to share stories and ideas about the promotion of marriage equality. This comes after the Australian Lower House of Parliament passed a motion last year calling […]

0

South African ambassador to Uganda found guilty of gay-hate speech

Jon Qwelane was found guilty of promoting hate in his newspaper column (above) The South African Human Rights Commission has won a hate speech case against journalist Jon Qwelane over an anti-gay column he wrote prior to his appointment as the country’s ambassador to Uganda. As reported in the Star Tribune, the Commission’s spokesman Vincent Moaga said a […]

0

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes