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ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast (AP) - Gambia's National Assembly has passed a bill imposing life imprisonment for some homosexual acts, officials said Sept. 8, potentially worsening the climate for sexual minorities in a country with one of Africa's most vocal anti-gay leaders. READ MORE.
"Though the cause and the case are noble, I am no longer willing to gamble with my life or the lives of my parents and siblings," Jaghai wrote in a statement withdrawing his Supreme Court claim. READ MORE.
After more than 13 years in office, Klaus Wowereit announced he will be resigning on Dec. 11 of this year. He is Berlin's first openly gay mayor and helped turn the city into a leading tourist destination. READ MORE.
Researchers at King's College London are studying how stigma and discrimination contribute to mental health issues amongst those within the LGBT community. READ MORE.
The Queen of England herself, Queen Elizabeth II granted a Royal pardon for internationally acclaimed British codebreaker and computer scientist Alan Turing. Turing took his own life in 1954 after being convicted two years prior of having consensual sex with a 19-year-old male. READ MORE.
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Travis Parman predicted the future. As the current director of Corporate Communications at Nissan, Parman oversees all sorts of relationships within the automotive industry. But it wasn't that long ago that he wrote a 333-page thesis for his master's degree that specifically examined the relationship between corporations, their media marketing strategies and the LGBT community at large.View More Automotive
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