Hop against Homophobia, Bi- and Transphobia May 17-24 2015 #HAHABT


Today May 17th is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia. http://dayagainsthomophobia.org/

115 authors,  bloggers, cover designers, reviewers, publishers are participating in the hop. All of them will offer a prize, including me. I’m giving away 2 copies of whatever book in the Whitedell Pride Series the winners want, including Andrew, which is not out yet. All you have to do is leave a comment and your email under this post  so I can contact you if you win. The contest will end on May 24th.

Some facts:

At least 81 countries in the world consider homosexuality to be illegal. In 10 of those, it’s punished with the death penalty. That means about 40% of the world population isn’t free to choose who they love and live in fear. Even in those countries where homosexuality isn’t illegal, sexual and gender minorities often have to face violence and repression.

Most countries don’t legally recognize trans and gender variant people’s true gender.

113 countries have laws ‘allowing’ homophobia.

Only 19 countries allow marriage between people of the same sex, some only regionally. 14 countries recognize civil partnership for same-sex couples. 21 countries allow LGBT adoption.


Help us spread awareness of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia.

You can find the entire list of participating blogs on the main hop page. http://hopagainsthomophobia.blogspot.com/

18 thoughts on “Hop against Homophobia, Bi- and Transphobia May 17-24 2015 #HAHABT

  1. Heartbreaking statistics and perhaps I can quote a more hopeful statistic more than 62% of people in Ireland voted in favour of amending the country’s constitution to allow same gender couples to marry. Thank you for being part of this blog hop ❤ slholland22 {at} hotmail {dot} com


  2. Wow, really interesting facts. I’m astound that so many countries still consider homosexuality illegal.

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  3. Just when I think things are getting better, I see number like the ones you posted here. There is so much work that needs to be done.


  4. It is beyond insane to learn of these statistics We make great strides in science , but we can’t let people be who they are or love who they love Maybe this hop will open some eyes and some hearts. Hugs



  5. No one should live in fear because of who they choose to love. Thank you to all the authors who write love stories that include all types of love.


  6. The statistics are so frightening and the 10 Countries which will punish homosexuality with the death penalty it is really so inhuman to kill someone because they Love someone of the same gender. I really want to know what are they all so scared of Love is Love!!!


  7. Interesting statistics. Hard to believe someone could die for loving. We still have a lot of work to do.
    debby236 at gmail dot com


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