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Religious Leaders in Senegal don’t want Rihanna in the country because she promotes homosexuality

A group of Religious Leaders in Senegal have declared Rihanna persona non grata and have asked the government to cancel her scheduled visit to the country. Known as “No to Freemasonry and homosexuality,” it is a collective that has 30 Islamic religious institutions. Jeune Afrique was the first to break the story. “Rihanna does not… Read More Religious Leaders in Senegal don’t want Rihanna in the country because she promotes homosexuality

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GLAAD-funded TransMilitary Documentary Set to Premiere at SXSW Film Festival

Documentary feature, TransMilitary, will premiere at the 2018 South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival in Austin, TX, this March. It is the first feature length film project to receive funding from the GLAAD Media Institute. TransMilitary chronicles the lives of four American transgender troops defending their country’s freedom while fighting for their own, and the… Read More GLAAD-funded TransMilitary Documentary Set to Premiere at SXSW Film Festival

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Zambian Police seeks to arrest “lesbian couple”

Police in Zambia are currently circulating the picture of an alleged lesbian couple, asking the public for any information that can lead to their arrest. Zambian media platform, Mwebantu is reporting that the police in Lusaka have been flaunting their relationship and intimate pictures on social media adding that officers from the Cybercrime unit have instituted investigations in… Read More Zambian Police seeks to arrest “lesbian couple”

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‘Call Me by Your Name’ is getting a sequel; Film will tackle HIV/AIDS

Critically acclaimed drama, ‘Call Me by Your Name’ is getting a sequel. The film’s director, Luca Guadagnino, told The Hollywood Reporter that HIV/AIDS will be tackled in the sequel adding that “I think it’s going to be a very relevant part of the story.” “I think Elio [Timothee Chalamet] will be a cinephile, and I’d like him to… Read More ‘Call Me by Your Name’ is getting a sequel; Film will tackle HIV/AIDS

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Help save Tunisia’s only LGBT shelter

Shams, a Tunisian LGBT organisation, currently runs the only shelter in Tunisia for homeless lesbian, gay, bi, and transgender people. After months seeking financial support, their resources have dried up. The shelter could shut down by the end of February. Donate to help save Tunisia’s only LGBT shelter. This is a message from All Out.