Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) social movements are social movements that advocate for the equalized acceptance of LGBT people in society. In these movements, LGBT people and their allies have a long history of campaigning for what is now generally called LGBT rights, sometimes also called gay rights or gay and lesbian rights. Although there is not a primary or an overarching central organization that represents all LGBT people and their interests, numerous LGBT rights organizations are active worldwide.The earliest organizations formed in support of LGBT rights was in 1924.
The bench unanimously held that the LGBTQ+ community has the right to love and to cohabit as they choose. ... One can only be hopeful that the government’s high-powered committee delivers on its promises to look into the rights, entitlements and concerns of homosexual couples. . (The author is a lawyer and a columnist.
“It is so nice to be in this retrograde right-wing hellscape,” said a smiling Carlson – before saying that Hungary reminded him of America circa 1985... government appoint as their ambassador to this conservative, Christian nation? A Jewish homosexual activist lawyer ... homosexual men.
Now, a new anti-homosexuality law is threatening this mission at a time when LGBTQ+ Ugandans are facing beatings and evictions ... The broad terms in which it talks about promoting homosexuality can be interpreted to mean anything,” said Nicholas Opiyo, a human rights activist and one of the lawyers in a the law’s constitutionality.
Ask yourself ...Alan Turing, a gay man, is part of the reason I’m typing on my laptop right now, as he’s known as the father of modern computer science ... Menaka Guruswamy and Arundhati Katju are the lawyers who fought for LGBTQ+ rights in India and in 2018 successfully decriminalised homosexuality, which had been criminalised by the British in 1861 ... ....
But Willem Arondeus, who was part of the great minority of homosexuals who did not hide their sexuality, knew well what the Nazis were doing to homosexuals ... But Willem Arondeus decided to fight to the death and shortly before the execution he asked his lawyer to let it be known everywhere in the Netherlands that homosexuals are not cowards.
MPs in Uganda have passed a controversial anti-LGBTQ+ bill, which would make homosexual acts punishable by death, attracting strong condemnation from rights campaigners ...The bill marks the latest in a string of setbacks for LGBTQ+rights in Africa, where homosexuality is illegal in most countries.
...Rohatgi and Maneka Guruswamy, that the issue needs an authoritative determination by the highest court of the land, which has guided the jurisprudence on the subject through its landmark judgments decriminalising homosexuality and granting privy a status of fundamental right.
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"I call on them (homosexuals) to repent. I call for a repeal of laws upholding gay rights to protect humanity from the monkeypox epidemic or what we call homosexual-pox," he wrote ...Court lawyers told TNA on the condition of anonymity that there are no Iraqi laws specifically on homosexuality in Iraq that either punish them or give them rights.
Mr Katwala said Sir Mo's story also has the potential to create the safe space necessary for other trafficking victims to seek help - just as entertainers and athletes who came out as homosexual bolstered the gay rights movement. Charity workers, lawyers and others who help ...
Human Rights lawyer, NanaOye Lithur in 2011, when the debate on legalizing homosexuality in Ghana was heightened, was reported to have argued on behalf of gays in the country saying, "We are guided by our 1992 Constitution that states that we are all equal before the law and every person in Ghana possess human right.”.
On the substantive issue of LGBTQ+ rights in the country, Ayikoi Otoo said that the lawyers and academicians were looking at the issue from the myopic view of just homosexual rights ... distinction between homosexuals and their rights which is guaranteed under the 1992 Constitution.
The seasoned lawyer stated that it’s unacceptable for the international bodies to champion the promotion of acts like homosexuality which is alien to the African continent in the name of human rights. “Following what Tony Blair said which I personally wrote him a letter that if we do not go the homosexual way, it was going to affect their aid to us.