“We don’t need such people in Crimea,” said Sergei Aksyonov, who leads the Ukrainian region annexed by Russia.
“So gay people are obviously just disembodied legs?”
“There is nothing about the stoning of six people to death — we don’t have anything about that,” the station’s publicity manager told BuzzFeed.
Siblings, cousins, aunts and uncles – you name it, you’ve got it. This should go smoothly, right?
“It is important always to oppose homophobia… it has no place in Australian society.”
In a 2006 interview, Pitt stated, “Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able.” Same-sex marriage is currently illegal in 31 states.
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“It’s that when I talk, it really isn’t a reflection of my soul – it isn’t a reflection of who I am.”
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Double the brides, double the love.
American groups sent out a fundraising appeal over the weekend claiming LGBT people had been stoned to death. But Ugandan activists say there is no evidence that ever happened.
Maxim Sergeyevich Martsinkevich was sentenced to five years in a labor camp, but faced no charges for his infamous videos torturing gay men.
“It seems that Uganda is not committed to scaling down this pandemic — Uganda has chosen to moralize.”
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“We hear your truths; we ask you to acknowledge that you hear ours.”
You’ll be ready when you’re ready.
The WNBA star popped the big question to her girlfriend, Tulsa Shock’s Glory Johnson.
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The announcement comes after activists in neighboring Uganda managed to overturn that country’s Anti-Homosexuality Act.
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“I don’t want any gay, lesbian, transgender or bisexual ever to hear from a doctor that their normal and healthy sexuality is anything other than that,” he told NBC4.
The former student said the teacher helped “challenge the ignorance of so many people”.
The government will instruct the attorney general to drop its appeal of a ruling striking down the law, local media report.
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