A comic strip poking fun at fundamental Christian stereotypes about gays goes viral…A Belfast man is awarded £16k over homophobic workplace bullying …Michael Bublé says his wife thought he was gay when they first met…here’s our round-up of the day’s best LGBT news stories!
- A comic strip lampooning Christian stereotypes about gays goes viral (Pink News)
Ugandan gay men beaten and subjected to “forced anal examinations” by police, say LGBT activists (Reuters)
- Belfast man wins £16k in damages after enduring years of homophobic bullying from his colleagues at a private ambulance firm (Belfast Telegraph)
- Canadian crooner Michael Bublé says that his wife Luisana presumed he was gay when the two first met (Eyewitness News)
- Tanzania suspends community-based HIV/Aids prevention programmes for gay men as part of a “crack down” on gays. Health minister Ummy Mwalimu said the government would continue to provide HIV/Aids services to adolescent girls, drug users and other groups. (AllAfrica)
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