Normalization of Homosexuality and Eradication of Homophobia in the World
Program Director: Clive Perry Ramen
Estimated Program Duration: 25 years
Techniques used to reach specified goal: Education & Technology
Target Start Date: Year 2021 – Quarter 1 (subject to funding)
Project Management Methodology: PRINCE2 & PRINCE2 Agile
Tools & Techniques used to reach specified goal: RFGN, Education & Technology
- Help LGBT people accomplish their dreams!!
- Promote a new positive vision about homosexuality to the world to eradicate homophobia.
- Promote LGBT acceptance and awareness in the world through Education & Technology.
- Provide Support to LGBT people.
- Prevent LGBT people from feeling lonely, depressed or suicidal.
- Enable volunteers & members also to support other members.
- Establish RFGN as the biggest LGBT Network in the world.
The Rainbow Fellowship Foundation has for mission to share with the world that, in several cases, homosexuality is about love and that LGBT people also have the rights to peace, love & dignity.
Our strategy is to invite the world to come to the Rainbow Fellowship Global Network (RFGN) and embrace “a new positive vision” about homosexuality and promote this vison globally.
1. Program Brief
Homosexual Love & Homosexuality are not a crimes or sins. Homosexuality is about Love.
LGBT people have the rights to be homosexuals as long as no one is being hurt.
There are major issues related to homophobia in the world and this project aims at bringing solutions to these issues.
By stopping homophobia in the world:
- LGB people will feel less lonely and excluded (Social inclusion)
- LGBT people will be free to live their lives without fear, shame, prejudice, discrimination and violence.
There is the need for a Global LGBT network (RFGN Global Network)
- Where LGBT people can socialise online.
- Where LGBT people can request and receive support.
- Where LGBT People can publish to the world the issues and injustice that they are facing.
- Where LGBT People can have access to Justice.
- Where organizations that support LGBT people are empowered to collaborate online and strengthen their relationships.
- Where organizations that support LGBT are able to publish to the world the issues that LGBT people are facing.
3. Religion & Homosexuality
4. Homophobia in the World
5. LGBT Rights
6. Homophobic Countries
The following countries have been recognized as some of the most well-known places that are unsafe for gay travelers, as they actively criminalize the LGBT community, revoke LGBT support and do not support gay dating. Also listed are their punishments.
- Algeria: 2-months to 2-years imprisonment and fine.
- Afghanistan: Death penalty.
- Algeria: 3-year imprisonment.
- Bangladesh: Life imprisonment.
- Brunei: Stoning to death and penal consequences.
- Egypt: 3-year imprisonment and fine.
- Ethiopia: 1-year imprisonment.
- Ghana: 5-year imprisonment.
- Indonesia: 8-year imprisonment and 100 lashes.
- Iran: Death penalty.
- Iraq: The Iraqi Penal Code does not expressly prohibit consensual same-sex sexual relations. However, there have been numerous reports in recent years of non-state actors ordering the executions of men and women for same-sex intimacy.
- Iran: Death penalty.
- Jamaica: 10-year imprisonment with hard labor.
- Kenya: 14-year imprisonment.
- Libya: 5-year imprisonment.
- Malaysia: 20-year imprisonment.
- Malawi: 14-year imprisonment.
- Maldives: 8-year imprisonment or 100 lashes.
- Mauritania: Death penalty.
- Morocco: 6-month to 3-year imprisonment and fine.
- Nigeria: 14-year imprisonment.
- Pakistan: Stoning to death for married and 100 lashes for unmarried people. However, under the Penal Code, the maximum punishment for homosexuality is life imprisonment.
- Qatar: Death penalty.
- Singapore: 2-year imprisonment.
- Saudi Arabia: The acts of homosexuality between married men sex are punished with the death penalty, while non-married men are punished with flogging.
- Tanzania: 30-years to life imprisonment.
- Uganda: Life imprisonment.
- Yemen: Stoning to death in case of married and imprisonment for unmarried.
- Zimbabwe: 1-year imprisonment or fine.
7. How can we promote LGBT acceptance in the world?
Our strategy is to operate at 4 levels:
- Social Inclusion
- Individual Support
- Alliance with other organizations
- Root Cause Eradication (RCE)
RFGN is a global network which has for aim to share with the world that, in several cases, homosexuality is about love and that LGBT people also have the rights to peace, love & dignity.
Our strategy is to invite the world to come to the RFGN network and embrace “a new positive vision” about homosexuality and promote this vison globally.
1 – Social Inclusion
Our aim is to provide LGBT people with a network where they can find support, love, acceptance, freedom and happiness in life.
At RFGN Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders can socialise online, make real friends, support each other and seek support.
2 – LGBT Support
Provide moral support and advice to LGBT individuals who are facing loneliness, discrimination, rejection, persecution.
Assist LGBT people who are who are facing discrimination, rejection, persecution, violence (e.g. Asylum, Relocation, Legal Support)
3 – Partnership with other LGBT Support Organizations
Partner with other LGBT & non-LGBT Organizations to find solutions for LGBT people needing help such as asylum, moral & psychological support.
4 – Root Cause Eradication
Education Program: Normalization of Homosexuality and Eradication of Homophobia
- Educate society that homosexuality is not a choice and that people are born homosexuals or become homosexuals without choosing to do so.
- Educate homosexuals that they need to promote healthy and morally acceptable LGBT lifestyles to cast positive perceptions about homosexuality to society to gain acceptance.
- Engage and work with governmental & non-governmental organizations of homophobic countries and invite them to understand that homosexuality is not a choice and that it is a natural phenomena.
- Engage and work with educational institution to invite them to share awareness to students from an appropriate age that some humans are naturally homosexuals and that homosexuality is a natural phenomena.
a. Education of LGBT People
b. Education of Society & the Public about LGBT acceptance
c. Education of Children about LGBT acceptance
d. Education of Religious Institutions about LGBT acceptance & Negotiations
e. Education of Governments of Homophobic Countries & Negotiations
f. Collaboration with United Nations & International Organizations
8. Documents & Articles