Article by Lois Chingandu, Director Evidence and Influence of Frontline AIDS, published on the website Global Cause, November 25, 2020 The global response to COVID-19 has shown what’s possible. Now we need the same...
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Article published on Save the Children website, June 22, 2020 Meet Kim, a 17-year-old girl living in the township Alexandra, known as Alex, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Alex is one of the oldest townships...
On Sunday May 16, 2021 at 9:00 GMT, Gaychristianafrica in association with SociétiésInclusives.africa are organizing the first online event (webinar) which will be live on Facebook of Gaychristianafrica.
Le Dimanche 16 Mai 2021 à 9H GMT, Gaychristianafrica en association avec sociétésInclusives.africa organisent le premier évènement enligne (webinaire) qui sera en direct sur Facebook de Gaychristianafrica
I am drawn to recognize that I am embraced by grace, and my inclusion at God’s table is an unexpected gift.
After hearing this, we looked at each other and cried together
Many people need to embark on a journey to deconstruct their incorrect and inexact notions of the LGBT+ persons and understand that sexual orientation should never be a problem for Christianity
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LGBT+ Communiy accross the globe celebrated this decision for its protection for LGBT+ community by criminalising homophobic acts.
Agnes’ story is so sad and actual, it is a story of violence and arrogance, the story of thousands of lambs who die everyday in the frozen snows of Bosnia or of those that run away from fire and logging of the Amazonian forest.
Mi chiamo Leonard, sono gay, ma a volte sono costretto a dichiararmi bisessuale, in quanto essere gay in Camerun, il mio Paese, sembra essere inammissibile per la società. Il fatto di essere gay ha cambiato il mio
He, however, made it clear to everyone that his father declaring homosexuality “anti- christian” didn’t change his love to him or to any member of his family.
While countries are moving toward penalizing homophobia and banning conversion therapy, Museveni, the president of Uganda calls homosexuals “deviants”