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No ‘culture of silence’, says Sonke

Social justice sector moves from exceptionalism to introspection about same-sex harassment

EU rules on residence rights for same-sex spouses

The European Union ruled that countries must recognise the rights of migrants who want to live in their spouse’s native country

Australians vote overwhelmingly to legalise same-sex marriage

The same-sex marriage ballot was strongly carried in all states and territories, and won in all but 17 of the 150 electorates.

The intricacies of sex without a penis tend to baffle a great number of people

There is much more to enjoying fulfilling and safe sex than just Pornhub mechanics.

Same sex, different cultures come full circle

The struggles of same sex relationships.

Obama: Same-sex provision should not derail US immigration move

Obama has signaled that a proposal to add a same-sex partnership measure to a US immigration overhaul should not derail the entire legislative effort.

Obama supports gay marriage

In a bold step the American president has openly stated his full support for same-sex unions.

Alarming HIV-prevalence stats

About 50% of men who have sex with other men in Soweto are HIV positive, writes <b>Yngve Sjolund</b>.

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