You Can Be Killed For Being Gay In 7 Countries | The Rubin Report

In the last few years gay rights have taken major steps backwards in certain parts of the world. See a map of the world which shows where being gay is both legal and illegal in the video.

Recently, Uganda has criminalized homosexuality, Nigeria has banned same-sex unions and began arresting those it suspected of being gay, and Russia passed a measure widely seen as an effort to hurt its gay rights movement.

The UN estimates that 78 countries ban homosexuality and 7 countries allow the death penalty for those convicted of having consensual homosexual relationships

Does this map surprise you or is it pretty much what you would expect? Will we ever see a world where every country protects their gay citizens?

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