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· December, 2010

Stories about LGBTQ+ from December, 2010

Glimpses of Citizen Media from Portuguese language countries in 2010

Throughout 2010 the lusophone blogsphere has given new perspectives on important issues that mainstream media tends to ignore. Read this post and discover a selection of the voices that Global...

Uganda: On 10 Most Influential Persons in Uganda

Armenia: Homosexuality & National Security?

Cuba: Change of vote on LGBT Rights

South Africa: Corrective rape is a hate crime

Corrective rape is a criminal practice, whereby men rape lesbian women, purportedly as a means of “curing” the woman of her sexual orientation. Despite South Africa being the first nation...

Trinidad & Tobago: A Vote vs. Human Rights

Caucasus: The Year in Review

With 2011 nearly upon us, the year in new and social media in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia during 2010 was surprisingly positive. So, what did the past year hold in...

Uruguay: Gay Rights in Uruguay

Puerto Rico: A Charming Podcast with Plenty of Bite

The members of the podcast Kitty Kitty Dinosaur come from all walks of life. The team tries to take some time off their busy schedules every two weeks or so...

Cuba: Mariela Castro Espín on LGBT Rights

Africa: Corrective rape testimonies from around Africa

Brazil: Pension rights for gay couples

Cuba: UN Vote on LGBT Rights Sparks Controversy

During the UN General Assembly, Cuba supported the amendment to remove the explicit reference to sexual orientation from the periodic resolution condemning the extrajudicial, arbitrary or summary executions. The vote...

Malaysia: ‘Justice for Sisters’ campaign

South Africa: Lesbian activist Ncumisa Mzamelo murdered

Uganda: Why do i fight wars about my sexuality?

Iraq: Black Day in the UN

Cuba: UN Vote Not In Our Name

Lusophone countries: anti-capitalist portal, ten months on

Taiwan: Blogger initiate “It gets better” campaign in Taiwan

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