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Daryll Rowe, 27, from Brighton has been handed a life sentence after deliberately infected 10 men deliberately with HIV. The man shows no remorse as he was charged with causing bodily harm, and five for attempting to do so.

The man branded a "sociopath" and  "grotesque" by his victims was diagnosed with the virus on April 2015 in his home city of Edinburgh, he later went on to have sex with eight of the men he had met on the dating app, Grindr.

                       

Daryll went on the deliberate spree to infect his victims, refusing treatment and doctors advise. He would insist on unprotected sex, claiming he was clean. When the men refused, he would tamper with their condoms, and decieved them into believing he practise safe sex.

While delivering the sentencing, Judge Christine Henson QC; 

You are the first individual to be sentenced for section 18 offences in the context of infecting others with HIV.

With the full knowledge of the risk you posed to others and the legal implications of engaging in risky sexual practices, you embarked on a deliberate campaign to infect other men with the HIV virus. Unfortunately for five of the men you met your campaign was successfu

They describe living with a life sentence as a result of your cruel and senseless acts. Many of those men were young men in their 20s at the time they had the misfortune to meet you. Given the facts of this case and your permissive predatory behaviour I cannot see when you would no longer be a danger to gay men.

In my judgment the offences, taken together, are so serious, that a life sentence is justified. You will potentially remain a danger to others for the rest of your life.

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The largest microblogging platform in China, Sina Weibo is currently doing a clean up campaign, and it will involve removing 'homosexual contents on their platforms. The company released a statement on Friday on its clean up exercise, and said illegal contents, including manga, videos promoting violence and pornography will also be removed.

                      

The statement prompted a protest on Saturday in China, tagged "I am gay" to fight back the platform on the crackdown. 

The recent removal of such contents on China's internet is China getting back on its core value of socialism. The move comes as the company said it is currently implementing China's new cybersecurity law, and more than 56,240 contents have been removed already since the announcement.

Violent games like grand-theft auto and other violent games will also be removed from the website, that boast of around 400 million active users monthly.

Weibo users that have used the 'I am gay" hashtag was around 170,000 before the platform once again banned the hashtag.

Authorities in China have monitored the internet users and content posted in China cyberworld, and have purged any contents that is sensitive, political criticism and pornography. This censorship have also tightened under the administration of China's leader, Xi JinpIng.

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Germany Parliament has said "Ja" to same-sex marriage in a snap vote. The bill passed 393 to 226, with the German vice-chancellor, Angela Merkel voting against the bill, however, more than 70 conservative bloc members of Merkel vote in favour of the bill.

    

   Volker Beck of the Green party, who is also an open gay person celebrated the new bill on his lasy day in parliament.

Explaining while she voted No on the bill, Angela Merkel said that she understood marriage to be an institution between a man and a woman, however, she said she believes the new bill will help promote "more social peace."

Merkel also said that she has come to the conclusion that same-sex couple should be able to adopt children, which is something the new bill legalizes.

Volker Beck of the Green party, who also had been a strong voice in approving same-sex marriage called the vote "a success for democracy."

80% of Germans are in support of allowing homosexuals couples to marry and adopt children.

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The recent campaign against homosexual in Chechnya has led authorities to detain 100 gay men, and also 3 men killed in the anti-gay campaign. 

The recent crackdown on homosexuals had led police in arresting local television authorities and religious figures who are gays. The report has since been denied by Alvi Karimov, Chechnya’s leader, Ramzan Kadyrov spokesperson. 

                        

Alvi while speaking to  Interfax news agency,claims the recent information is "absolute lies and disinformation" and claims that “You cannot detain and persecute people who simply do not exist in the republic,” Alvi said that there are no gay people in Chechnya. He added;

If there were such people in Chechnya, the law-enforcement organs wouldn’t need to have anything to do with them because their relatives would send them somewhere from which there is no returning.

Russia project director for the International Crisis Group, Ekaterina Sokirianskaia while speaking to the Guardian said that the report is true, and she has received information about the issue from different sources in the past 10 days. She said that authorities have denied the incident, and instead information has been coming in from second hand or third hand sources, she said;

I have heard about it happening in Grozny [the Chechen capital], outside Grozny, and among people of very different ages and professions. It’s next to impossible to get information from the victims or their families, but the number of signals I’m receiving from different people makes it hard not to believe detentions and violence are indeed happening.

The Chechnya community is a strictly conservative region, so unlike other cases where gay families or activist put pressure on government when gays go missing, those suspected to be homosexual are disowned by their own families. If the community get to know there is a gay member in a family, other member of that family will find it extremely difficult to get married due to "shame."

A St Petersburg LGBT centre has set up an anonymous hotline for gay people living in Chechnya to help them evacuate from the Republic.

 

 

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Mexico President,  Enrique Pena Nieto has proposed to legalise same-sex marriage across the country. The law which is only legal in the country's capital and few states in Mexico is now set to be acknowledged in the whole state.

Nieto seems to be walking in the path of previous Latin American country like Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil and Colombia who recently legalised same sex-marriages in their countries.

                      

Mr Pena Nieto makes the announcement during the country National day against Homophobia. The President on Twitter said; 

For an inclusive Mexico that recognises in diversity one of its biggest strengths." He used a hashtag in Spanish saying: "Without homophobia"

Then add the rainbow gay pride flag as an overlay on his Twitter profile. 

                     

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Kentucky, USA: Some states in the USA have not aligned themselves to the supreme court ruling that allows for same sex marriage. The first state to go against the move after it was announced was the Texas state governor, as he believes marriage is done between a man and woman only.

         

In a video posted 2 days ago by homosexual couple in Rowan county, Kentucky shows a gay couple was recently denied their marriage license by an office worker in the county. David Moore and his fiance were seen standing outside the public building and said that a woman in the building that goes by name Kim Davies have been denying gay couple their marriage licenses, and they are also going to find out for themselves soon.

The video of what happened has now been seen in different places, and 4 gay couples are suing Kim Davies for refusing to issue marriage licenses for gay couples, even after the court ruling.

While a lot of office clerk has issued the licenses to gay couple, Kim Davies stood her ground for her own belief, she said :

  “It’s a deep-rooted conviction; my conscience won’t allow me to do that,. “It goes against everything I hold dear, everything sacred in my life.”

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