Three Questions for Kristina Wong, Comedic Pioneer
Wong’s newest project, the multi-media extravaganza “The Wong Street Journal,” debuts in Los Angeles tonight.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Writes About Nigeria's Anti-Gay Law
The author takes on the common arguments posed by supporters of the bill, including that being gay is “un-African.”
Even Ugandan Victims of Kony Say Some 'Kony 2012' Methods Are Offensive
A local organization in Northern Uganda set up a viewing of “Kony 2012” and pepole started throwing rocks at the screen.
Uganda's 'Kill the Gays' Bill Stumbles, But Still Not Off the Table
After international outcry, parliamentary session ends without a vote on the bill.
Walkout by Female MPs Delays Uganda's 'Kill the Gays' Bill Until Friday
LGBTQ advocates in Uganda say that hate crimes and violence against their community have increased following the bill’s introduction in 2009.
Uganda Gay Kill: "U.S. Evangelicals Must Take Responsibility"
A prominent LGBT human rights advocate is beaten to death; friends and colleagues say its part of hateful climate U.S. right brought to Uganda.
More Fallout from Anti-Gay Hate U.S. Right Peddled in Uganda
Newspaper publishes list of gay people and urges readers to “Hang Them.”