Sheila Lumumba was raped and murdered in their home.
Some cities are seeing thousands of infections every month.
Students still face discrimination and other hurdles to completing their studies.
A "bad taste" story might set back the rights of LGBTIQA+ people in the country.
“We have a life to live. Money to make. Give us empowerment programs.”
Homosexuality remains illegal in the African nation.
"Our rights are human rights."
The Minister of Education argued that the move is aimed at protecting the heterosexual majority of students.
These countries have seen increasing numbers of LGBTIQA+ visitors and refugees.
The country is among just a handful of African nations to scrap homophobic laws.
These brave church leaders are challenging religious exclusion.
Sex workers have used creativity to avoid police and maintain their income.
Hundreds of refugees may be forced to return to their dangerous countries of origin.
The government’s stance on gay rights has come under scrutiny.
A new bill would further criminalise queer people and activism.
“We want to see it given greater prominence so that we can advocate for change in Africa.”