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Hoping to beat Uganda as the most anti-gay African state, Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga urged that all homosexuals in his country should be arrested.
"Any man found engaging in sexual activities with another man should be arrested," Odinga said at a rally on Sunday. "Even women found engaging in sexual activities will be arrested."
He argued that with a 50/50 balance between male and female Kenyans, there was no need for anyone to go gay.
"This kind of behaviour will not be tolerated in this country. Men or women found engaging in those acts deserve to be arrested and will be arrested," Odinga said.
His country recently adopted a new constitution that some claimed would open the way to tolerance of homosexuals. Odinga disagreed. "Those were lies from leaders who wanted to confuse Kenyans to reject the new law, the Constitution is very clear on that matter. It does not state anywhere that same sex marriage is legal in Kenya," he said.
According to the ILGA's 2010 "Report on State Sponsored Homophobia," there are still 76 countries in the world where homosexual acts are classified as criminal offenses. We've got a long way to go.
Kenya PM orders gays' arrest [Daily Nation]
Homosexuals should be arrested, says Kenyan PM [Times Live]
Last week gawker.com published a story about author Robert Randolph's upcoming and self-published book 'You'll Never Spa in This Town Again.'
In the book, Randolph outs several celebs who he claims he ran into while spending time in the gay baths. His biggest target: John Travolta. Randolph isn't shy about what he allegedly saw the movie star do, and the types of men he allegedly liked.
And though one would hope that what happens in a spa would stay in the spa, Randolph justified his decision to out the star because of Travolta's involvement with Scientology, which has often been accused of being homophobic.
A lawyer for Travolta demanded that gawker.com remove the “false and outrageous” post about the actor’s sex life. The lawyers go on to state that the author provides no evidence for his claims, openly admits to suffering from brain damage, and claims the stories are from over 15 years ago.
Travolta is seeking "an unequivocal and prominent retraction of the false and defamatory statements."
Travolta Fires Back at Gay Sex Claims [The Advocate]