Published in: 50.50I’ve defended hundreds of LGBTI people arrested in Uganda. Our laws must change – but we need public acceptance too
We can fight for equal rights through the courts, but we need to do more – it’s ordinary citizens who murder LGBTI...
Published in: 50.50Blackmail, death threats and abuse: Being LGBTIQ at work in Zimbabwe
Can employers be pushed to take action on discrimination, even if the state will not?
Published in: TransformationUganda's 'Kill the Gays' bill: Pastor Martin Ssempa and the anti-gay lobby
You can now be imprisoned for life under Uganda's anti-homosexual law. It was pushed through by religious pastors,...
Published in: TransformationEast end boys and west end boys: does gentrification lead to homophobia?
Three men recently attacked my date and I in London's gay village Soho. They threw coins and shouted "faggot". I...