It should also be noted that in some of these countries these are very old laws and some are enforced more strictly than others. In most of these places there is still a robust gay community fighting for equality, so this isn't a plea to stop visiting these places! This list is just documenting where homosexual acts are technically illegal. Go to Human Rights Watch to read more about the specifics! Punishment for being gay: Up to 10 years in prison, though, as you may know, a new law goes in effect soon that will make the punishment death by stoning. Punishment for being gay: For an adult, four to 10 years in prison AND you have to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital.
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People sometimes fetishize rape and forced sexual scenes from a place of fantasy. When you ask victims, they'll tell you it can be extremely brutal. It was just last April that ABC reported the case of a 19 year old man in Texas being gang raped by fellow inmates. More than , men are raped behind bars each year, according to the group Stop Prisoner Rape, as mentioned in the ABC piece. And those numbers represent only what is reported. More: Man brutally group gang banged in prison.
Indonesia: Investigate Police Raid on ‘Gay Party’
After long negotiations with the prosecutor, my lawyer phoned me to break the news. I was being sent to prison for five years. Even now as I write this, I can still feel a chill as I recall his words.
Ayub Kataev, head of the ministry of internal affairs for the town of Argun, showed a team from Vice News around its now abandoned police facility in an attempt to disprove the alleged abuse of more than men. Footage showed footprints on the floor of the abandoned facility, where empty rooms were filled with broken glass and furniture. News of the disappearances provoked global outcry earlier this year, prompting a rare pledge of a formal investigation from the Kremlin. Kheda Saratova, Chechnya's Human Rights Commissioner and government advisor, claimed she had seen no evidence of the alleged persecution. Tatiana Lokshina, the Russian programme director at HRW, said reports of new abductions had stopped, suggesting that international pressure has worked.