Longtime Ugandan activist Kikonyogo Kivumbi explores the background of former activist Val Kalende’s decision to turn away from the LGBTI community.
Val Kalende, a popular Ugandan LGBT activist, has declared on national TV that she is no longer a lesbian and is withdrawing from further involvement in LGBT activism.
An organization that advocates for the rights and equality of trans youth in Uganda has been forced to temporarily shut down operations after being ordered by their landlord to vacate his premises.
Here’s a quick guide to avoiding the blackmail, extortion and other violent crimes that so often target LGBT people in Nigeria.
A birthday party the a gay man organized July 22 in Lagos Island did not end as planned: Anti-gay threats fueled tension and fear among the party-goers, numbering 150 to 170 people. Eventually the party […]
Hundreds marched through the capital of Cameroon on July 13 to protest violence against human rights defenders. It was the fourth such march, held annually on the anniversary of the murder of journalist and LGBT […]
After sheltering two homeless boys and having sex with them, two homosexual men were arrested and jailed in Buea in the English-speaking region of Cameroon.
An evening out at an LGBT-friendly night spot led to a court in Cameroon imposing a three-year prison sentence (suspended) on a young lesbian convicted of violating the country’s law against same- sex intimacy.
A digital media group in Nigeria has released an animated video that explains the country’s Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Law and the damage it does.