T&T Judge Rules Buggery Law Unconstitutional, But Legal Fight Continues

T&T Judge Rules Buggery Law Unconstitutional, But Legal Fight Continues

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T&T Judge Rules Buggery Law Unconstitutional, But Legal Fight Continues Source: CARIBBEAN360   PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Friday April 13, 2018 – A High Court judge in Trinidad and Tobago yesterday ruled that the part of the twin-island republic’s Sexual Offences Act which criminalizes sexual activity between homosexual men – whether consensual or not – is unconstitutional. […]

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Travel writers defend decision to hold convention in anti-gay Barbados

Travel writers defend decision to hold convention in anti-gay Barbados

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Travel writers defend decision to hold convention in anti-gay Barbados Source: Caribbean News Now OAKBROOK TERRACE, USA — The Society of American Travel Writers has defended its selection of Barbados to host its next annual convention in 2018 after some members voiced their concern over promoting Barbados as a destination due to anti-gay sodomy laws […]

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