Amnesty International report hundreds of LGBT refugees are fleeing epidemic levels of violence” in Central America. They say people living in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala face threats from criminal gangs and security forces.
Two weeks after the murder of trans woman Joan Thabeng, in the Randfontein township in South Africa, police have still made no arrests. A key suspect claims he didn’t know the victim, but his family say they were acquainted.
Sixteen gay men arrested by Egyptian authorities last month have each been sentenced to 3 years jail. Ten of those were convicted over a rainbow flag which was raised during a concert in Cairo, with the others trapped using dating apps.
Activists are planning a peaceful march to the President of Ghana’s residence to present a plea for the decriminalisation of homosexuality next month. President Nana Addo said on Al Jazeera that he anticipated marriage equality to become law sometime in the future.
And finally, toy makers Mattel have made a stance on marriage equality by releasing a new range for Barbie which includes a ‘Love Wins’ t-shirt. Barbie may also have come out as bisexual, with her new friend, a doll of author Aimee Song.

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