The arc of history is trending toward justice for LGBTI people worldwide, judging by the latest tallies from ILGA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.
In an encouraging change from 2006, when the ILGA report listed 92 countries with laws prohibiting sexual acts between consenting same-sex adults, ILGA in its 10th annual State-Sponsored Homophobia report now cites only 76 such countries.
“The situation is still unacceptable: more than one-third of the world’s States consider same-sex sexual activity illegal,” say the 2015 report’s authors, Aengus Carroll and Lucas Paoli Itaborahy. “On the other hand, although 2013…
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