"India recently made headlines by reversing the 2009 decision that stated that India's sodomy statute, which was enacted in 1861, was discriminating and encouraging of harassment towards the LBGT community. The law now prohibits "carnal intercourse against the order of nature." If found guilty of homosexual activity an individual can face up to life in prison.
Several countries operate under Shariah law, which punishes individuals who engage in sodomy by death. In Iran, the law states, "Sodomy is a crime, for which both partners are punished. The punishment is death if the participants are adults, of sound mind and consenting; the method of execution is for the Shari'a judge to decide." Typical methods of execution involve being stoned or buried alive."
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Hopefully, these countries will see that love is love, regardless of gender and sex. :)
"Love is patient, love is kind"
1 Corinthians 13:4-13