Gay in south africa
The Equality Court has found a Cape Town-based pastor in contempt of court for making hateful comments against gays and lesbians. The court sentenced the pastor to imprisonment for a period of 30 days. The sentence however has been suspended for a period of five years. The SAHRC alleged that comments which the pastor had made via email and on social media platforms were derogatory and offensive.
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Is Cape Town gay friendly? - Gay Travel Forum
LGBT rights in South Africa - Wikipedia
Why protect rights of gays and lesbians? South Africa's Constitution is the first in the world to prohibit unfair discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. It thereby guarantees equality for gay and lesbian people. Just as this section specifically mentions race and ethnicity in response to South Africa's past, sexual orientation is included because of the injustices gay and lesbian people have suffered.
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South Africa still hasn’t won LGBTQ+ equality. Here are 5 reasons why
The legal and social status of between ,—over 2 million lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex South Africans has been influenced by a combination of traditional South African mores, colonialism , and the lingering effects of apartheid and the human rights movement that contributed to its abolition. South Africa's post-apartheid Constitution was the first in the world to outlaw discrimination based on sexual orientation , and South Africa was the fifth country in the world, and the first—and, to date, only—in Africa, to legalise same-sex marriage. Same-sex couples can also adopt children jointly, and also arrange IVF and surrogacy treatments. LGBT people enjoy constitutional and statutory protections from discrimination in employment, provision of goods and services and many other areas. Homosexuality and same-sex relations have been documented among various modern-day South African groups.
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