December 23, 2013

Was 2013 a Good Year for LGBT Rights?

J. Lester Feder, BuzzFeed

The Associated Press

“Australia, India, Uganda, Russia, and now [Nigeria] — great year in the US, but globally? Turning out to be one of the worst,” summed up one international LGBT issues expert.

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