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Anglican leader James Tengatenga, free to speak, opens up on homophobia

In his first major interview since Dartmouth yanked his appointment to a prestigious post, James Tengatenga, formerly the Episcopal Bishop for Southern Malawi, opens up like never before on issues of utmost important to LGBT Africans. Find out what he had to say.

RGOD2: When in Rome ...

St. Paul’s Foundation has four delegates in Rome this week to petition the Roman Catholic Church’s support on LGBT issues, particularly around access to HIV health services in the 76 countries where it remains illegal to be LGBT.

RGOD2: Who is my gay ally?

At Dartmouth College, a respected institution of liberal wisdom screws up.

Malawi suspends anti-gay laws

Malawi has halted the enforcement of laws that criminalize same-sex relationships after comments made by the country’s Justice Minister Ralph Kasambara.

Report: U.S. Christian Right lobbies to implement anti-gay laws in Africa

Conservative U.S. Christian “family values” and religious organizations are setting up fronts in Africa to fight for anti-gay and anti-abortion legislation to promote their fundamentalist convictions, according to a report by the progressive think tank Political Research Associates.