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This Revolution Has Raised the Bar. How Lebanon’s Protests Have Created a Surprising Space for LGBT Rights
Although it’s viewed as relatively socially liberal, Lebanon still criminalizes homosexuality in accordance with a law that dates back to the late days of the French Mandate, when France controlled the country from its modern founding in 1920 until 1943. While Lebanon’s penal code bans “all sexual relations contrary to the laws of nature” without mentioning homosexuality, it has been used to detain and prosecute gay men and trans women. (Photo: Nabil Mounzer—EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)

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