12th March 2014
Brazilian footballer: It’s not ok for gay men to live together – but I’m not homophobic 19
4:21 PM — A Brazilian footballer, who says it’s not “ok” for gay people to live together, claims he’s not homophobic.
9th December 2013
Rio holds ‘biggest ever’ collective same-sex marriage ceremony 1
6:13 PM — One hundred and thirty same-sex couples have taken part in a mass civil marriage ceremony in Rio de Janeiro.
14th November 2013
Gay activist challenges homophobic ban in both Trinidad and Tobago and Belize 7
2:23 PM — A gay rights activist and attorney-at-law in Jamaica has challenged the immigration laws of both the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and Belize, because of policies that prohibit gay people from entering.
20th August 2013
The 41 Commonwealth Nations where being gay can land you in prison 15
11:35 AM — The Queen is the head of the Commonwealth of Nations, the international body that was created out of what was formerly the British Empire. The Commonwealth states that its core values are "democracy, freedom, peace, the rule of law and opportunity for all." However, freedom, peace and the opportunity for all are clearly denied to LGBT people in 41 of the 54 countries that are member states.
16th August 2013
The Queen: Monarch of 11 countries where being gay can land you in prison 107
1:35 PM — While the anti-gay laws in Russia have garnered a lot of International attention in recent weeks, it is still legal to be gay in the country. However, in other parts of the world, where The Queen is Head of State, gay people can be jailed for same-sex activity.
16th May 2013
Belize: Attorney General wraps up in sodomy law Supreme Court case 1
2:57 PM — The Attorney General wrapped up in the case challenging Belize's anti-sodomy law, during which the Supreme Court heard arguments from attorneys pushing for the country to remove the law, citing its unconstitutionality.
9th May 2013
Belize: Supreme Court hears closing arguments from attorneys urging strike down of anti-sodomy law 3
2:04 AM — At the end of a second day of hearings around the country's anti-sodomy law, Belize's Supreme Court heard closing arguments from attorneys pushing for the country to remove the law, citing its unconstitutionality.
8th May 2013
Opening arguments in Belize anti-sodomy law hearing urge court to uphold constitution 1
1:20 AM — The Supreme Court in Belize today began its hearing on whether or not to strike down a law criminalising gay sex, with testimony from an attorney who urged the court to uphold the country's constitution, and the fundamental rights it represents for all citizens.
7th May 2013
Belize: Supreme Court set to debate around decriminalisation of gay sex 2
5:28 PM — The Supreme Court in Belize will today begin to debate the country's criminal code which outlaws same-sex sexual activity.
26th April 2013
Belize: Supreme Court set to debate anti-gay sex law next month 9
7:08 PM — The Supreme Court in Belize will debate the country’s criminal code which outlaws same-sex sexual activity, next month.
6th July 2012
Feature: Decriminalising homosexuality in Belize 9
11:34 AM — PinkNews.co.uk speaks to Caleb Orozco, the executive president of the United Belize Advocacy Movement about the bid to overturn the law in Belize which criminalises homosexuality.