Ugandan Hate Preacher Given Visa to Speak in the UK

When Uganda passed its Anti-Homosexuality Act back in December 2013, several religious leaders pushed hard for the Ugandan President to assent to the Bill, which came to be known as The Kill the Gays Bill.  Two such religious leaders include a certain married  couple,  Dr. Joseph Serwadda and  Pastor Freda Serwadda,  from the Victory Christian … More Ugandan Hate Preacher Given Visa to Speak in the UK

London Protest at The Gambia Embassy Urging Jammeh to Not Sign Jail The Gays Bill

London’s Exiled LGBT Africans Protest The Gambia Embassy Against Jail The Gays Bill By Melanie Nathan, September 25, 2014. Exiled LGBT activists from Africa, in the United Kingdom, held a protest at The Gambian Embassy in London, to urge the Gambian President, Yahya Jammeh, not to sign the new onerous anti-gay law that punishes LGBT people … More London Protest at The Gambia Embassy Urging Jammeh to Not Sign Jail The Gays Bill

An Open Letter to President Museveni from Persecuted LGBT Ugandans in Exile

By Melanie Nathan, January 2, 2014 After forming an international alliance, a group of LGBT (Kuchu) Ugandans, persecuted for their sexuality in Uganda and now living in exile, have sent this open letter to Uganda’s President Museveni. The letter follows last months controversial passage of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill by the Parliament of Uganda.  The Bill … More An Open Letter to President Museveni from Persecuted LGBT Ugandans in Exile

Binational same-sex couples hard hit by SCOTUS wait

UPDATE: SCOTUS announced remaining decisions including marriage equality will be released tomorrow – Wednesday. By Melanie Nathan, June 25, 2013. Every moment counts for those who have not held a partner close – in some cases for years – as SCOTUS has yet to deliver its decision on marriage equality. Today binational same-sex couples are … More Binational same-sex couples hard hit by SCOTUS wait