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Monday, 28 January 2019

LGBTI people with physical disabilities dispel myths about dating and sex

LGBTI people with physical disabilities dispel myths about dating and sex
LGBTI people are more likely to have a disability , according to a study . The study found 36% of lesbian and bisexual women ...

Iran publicly hangs man on homosexuality charges

Iran publicly hangs man on homosexuality charges
- Iran is one of the worst states for the persecution of LGBTI. The state publicly and regularly boasts of the execution of gay men. The ability to influence ...

Angola: New Code Protects LGBTI Community

Angola: New Code Protects LGBTI Community
- Freedom House lauds this action by the Angolan Parliament to protect the dignity and rights of its citizens – particular those in the LGBTI community ...

World Economic Forum agrees for the first time to promote LGBT

World Economic Forum agrees for the first time to promote LGBT
- The whole concept of “LGBTI rights,” after all, means demanding rights for and taking pride in behavior that not so long ago was socially considered to ...

Australia Day could yet be a unifying event

Australia Day could yet be a unifying event
- Ardern wants take a new approach to New Zealand's finances, it will no ... economic and political and cultural integration of the Maori population.

Casino moguls end friendship over New Zealand winery

Casino moguls end friendship over New Zealand winery
- Mahana, which means warm place in Maori, is located at the northern end of New Zealand's South Island, and was visited by Prince Charles visited ...

One Love highlights - haka, tributes, waiata Māori

One Love highlights - haka, tributes, waiata Māori
- Day one of New Zealand's biggest reggae opened with a bang on Saturday when 20,000 people descended on the Tauranga Domain to watch some ...

Young people learn water and life skills on Whanganui

Young people learn water and life skills on Whanganui
- Results from a five-day camp for young Māori on the Whanganui River are "absolutely phenomenal", Water Safety New Zealand CEO Jonty Mills says.