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Gay couple get married behind bars after meeting during a bingo game in prison

A gay couple in Cyprus have gotten married while behind bars after they met during a bingo game in prison. Kevork Tontian and Wemson Gabral da Costa have become the second same-sex couple to get married in a European Union prison. Tontian, who is Cypriot, had such strong feelings for his Brazilian partner that he deliberately broke the law again after his release so they could be reunited. Gay man Kevork Tontian twice got himself back in prison so he could be reunited with his partner. The following year, Tontian...
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Elizabeth Warren doubles down on commitment to LGBT community, vows to stop imprisoning trans women with men

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has said she will stop the US from imprisoning trans women in men’s prisons if she becomes the country’s next president. Speaking at a campaign rally in Marshallstown, Iowa, Warren – who is one of the leading contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination – said the US must protect “all of our people.” “One of the things we have to think about as a nation – we have to stop putting trans women who are incarcerated into prisons with men where they are at risk....
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A gay couple in Zambia have been sentenced to 15 years in prison for the crime of loving one another

Two men in Zambia who were convicted under a colonial-era law for having a same-sex relationship have been sentenced to 15 years in prison. Stephen Sambo, 30, and Japhet Chataba, 38, were charged with the crime of “having sex against the order of nature” last year. Prosecutors presented “videos and photographs” of the two men, while a hotel employee told the court she saw them having sex through a window. Speaking about the sentencing, the country’s president Edgar Lungu told Sky News: “We are saying no to homosexuality. Why should we...
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