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Singapore court to hear legal challenges on gay sex ban

Like many other former British colonies, Singapore has retained an old law that criminalizes gay sex, which was scrapped by India in a landmark court ruling last year to give a boost to LGBT+ rights.

‘Barbaric’ penalties in Brunei: Stoning for gay sex and amputation for theft

Brunei “is a sovereign Islamic and fully independent country and, like all other independent countries, enforces its own rule of laws,” the prime minister’s office said in a statement Saturday.

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The 10 legal hurdles LGBT+ people still face

Since the ILGA's last review in 2017, India and Angola have legalised same-sex relations, while Chad moved to criminalise gay sex that year, the report's author Lucas Ramon Mendos told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Forcibly separated, Kerala HC lets lesbian couple live together

Following the HC order, the couple has now moved into Sreeja's house in Kollam. Produced before the High Court on Monday, Aruna expressed her intention to live with Sreeja and the High Court allowed it.

'Pink dollar' to boost India's economy after gay sex legalized

India has been losing as much as 1.4 per cent of its national output because of the discriminatory law. That means discriminating against the LGBTQ community could cost India around $26 billion a year.

Gay sex unnatural, should not be celebrated, says Subramanian Swamy

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said that people should not be discriminated against in their normal social interactions and economic matters based on their sexual orientation.

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A suitable boy

India’s first gay matrimonial ad, unfortunately, cannot lead to marriage in this country.

Women more likely to watch same-sex porn

Women are more likely to watch same-sex porn videos than heterosexual porn videos, says an interesting study.

Indonesian province considers caning for gay sex

Lawmaker Moharriadi Syafari said a majority of provincial lawmakers supported criminalizing gay sex.

It is government's job to protect rights of gays: Harsh Vardhan

He, however, declined to make further comments when asked to explain his position.

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