Follow this link to see an article on where it is illegal to be gay,and a fascinating map looking at anti-gay and contradictory laws. See below for an idea of what’s to come in the article.
Millions of people continue to live in places that outlaw same-sex relationships and prosecute people for being gay. In five countries and in parts of two others, homosexuality is still punishable with the death penalty, while a further 70 imprison citizens because of their sexual orientation.
Even where homosexuality is legal, many countries treat those in same-sex relationships differently, such as having an unequal age of consent or a ban on marriage. In Russia, host of the Sochi Winter Olympics, a law banning the promotion of “non-traditional” sexuality to under-18s was introduced last year.