Below is the statement of TLF Share, a Philippine-based NGO working on the sexual health and human rights of gays, bisexuals, transgenders, and other men who have sex with men, on Rep. Manny Pacquiao's reported statement calling for the killing of gay men.
The newly proposed criminal code in Nepal is reported to contain provisions which will criminalise "unnatural" sexual acts including same-sex sexual relations. Fridae speaks to Sunil Pant, an activist and Nepal’s first openly gay MP, about the impact of the new laws if approved.
The National Organization for Marriage has risen to become one of the country's most active and well-funded anti-gay organizations, according to this profile of its co-founder, Brian Brown. NOM's budget has increased from $500,000 in 2007 to more than $13 million three years later, enabling it to spend heavily to reverse marriage equality or keep bans in place that prevent same-sex couples from marrying. The group has refused to disclose its donors. >>>