Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. The Advocate. Browse all issues Contents Bridging Two Worlds. Wayne Allard American senator.
I'm a medical student, and I'm gay. Work would be simpler if I were heterosexual
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It can be cured…. Trust me, leave him here, he is in good hands. Homosexuality is neither a crime nor officially regarded as an illness in China. For decades, the legal status of consensual same-sex activity between men was ambiguous, but that was cleared up in the revised criminal code of
Persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany
The president repeatedly pledged during his campaign to support LGBT causes. The nation's health department is taking steps to dismantle LGBT health initiatives, as political appointees have halted or rolled back regulations intended to protect LGBT workers and patients, removed LGBT-friendly language from documents and reassigned the senior adviser dedicated to LGBT health. The sharp reversal from Obama-era policies carries implications for a population that's been historically vulnerable to discrimination in health care settings, say LGBT health advocates.
Paul Semugoma back to his native Uganda, he shook with fear. Held by immigration officers after returning to South Africa with an expired visa, he was allowed to stay only after an outcry from human rights groups mindful of new legislation in Uganda calling for life in prison for those who engage in repeated acts of gay sex. The harshness of the law signed days later by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni — and similar strictures in more than three dozen African nations — is triggering a profound reaction in Africa. In an open letter last month, former Mozambican President Joaquim Chissano called on all African leaders to protect gay rights.