The Seychelles is to take its first steps to legalize gay sex today (11 August).
The Judicial College has invited members of the public to discuss for the presentation and discussion on the ‘discrimination of gay people, marriage equality and morality’ at a forum this evening.
Back in 2011, the 155- island African country agreed with the United Nations it would decriminalize homosexuality.
While same-sex female relationships are now legal, male homosexuality is still punishable by up to 14 years in prison.
But that could now change.