A rare opportunity for Iraqi activists has come up with Iraq being appointed to the UN human rights council. I accept. At the Commonwealth heads of government meeting in London last April, UK Prime Minister Theresa May urged member states to repeal any anti-gay laws remaining on their statute books.
I am a UK taxpayer. Human rights activists have been calling for and pushing for the repeal of Section A, arguing that it infringes on privacy, the right to life and personal liberty, the two latter being constitutionally protected. All 26 men were later acquitted but the repercussions of the case led to one man attempting to burn himself to death.
Also, saying homosexuality is unnatural is bullshit! People have been imprisoned over their political and religious views, yet their cries still go unheard. Christians are not trying to take away that basic right, the gay community is trying to take away the basic right of Christians to believe and abide by their faith.
So if marriage and sex is only to pro-create, then what do you do with men and women who can not conceive or those who do not want any children? There are lots of things that happen in this world that are wrong but sex is for making children.
Where do the straight people go to get married? How thoughtful and civilized of you. December The other countries where it can be challenging to be gay was held in
Retrieved 30 September As such, heterosexual and homosexual anal or oral sex were illegal. The challenge seeks to prove the law violates Dominica's constitution that guarantees rights to freedom of expression, privacy and freedom from inhumane or degrading punishment.
Though gay sex is not specifically mentioned in Egyptian law, the authorities use a ban on "debauchery" and "incitement to debauchery" to arrest and intimidate gay people, even tracking them down through social networking and dating apps.
More on the agenda. Archived from the original on 7 May By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our updated Cookie Notice. Last month, the crackdown became even more surreal, with Egyptian TV anchor Mohamed al-Gheiti sentenced to a year in prison for interviewing a gay man on his show.
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