Netherlands Opens it’s Doors to Gay Iraqis

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The Dutch government has announced it will grant asylum to LGBT Iraqis, after declaring Iraq is no longer safe for them. Pink Paper – Immigration minister Geert Leers temporarily halted the deportation of gay Iraqis last month after an alert from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs warned it was impossible to be openly gay in … Continue reading

Homophobia in Tunisia: People Hate Gays Because of What Straight People Do!

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By Rahma Sghaier Rahma Sghaier, 19 years old straight girl. She’s a political and judicial sciences student who cares about Human Rights. In her article contribution, Rahma explores from a personal experience the different reasons behind homophobia in Tunisia.   Homophobia in Tunisia is a very common unhealthy attitude. Unlike many people think, homophobia is … Continue reading

Interview: On the roof with Khalid, LGBT Hero, Model & Writer… Come and have a drink with us!

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Most of us are spread around numerous countries living in isolation just because who we are is illegal. Most of us probably went through times feeling like being all alone, going through an identity crisis, a family crisis and a society crisis. In one way or another, the media plays a role into forcing certain … Continue reading

On a hunger strike for a universal decriminalisation of homosexuality

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Because they believe that getting a UN resolution is an emergency, three militants of the IDAHO Committee have stopped eating since Monday. The ‘Quai d’Orsay’, calls for “more time”. IDAHO commemorates every 17th of May the International Day against Homophobia and Trans-phobia.  The three members’ demand is for France to actively engage in the maneuvers … Continue reading