These are all the countries where homosexuality is illegal
Afghanistan: Afghanistan’s Sharia law criminalizes same-sex sexual acts for both men and women.
Algeria: The North African nation outlaws same-sex relations.
Bangladesh: Bangladesh criminalizes LGBTQ+ people and sexual activity between males.
Brunei: Brunei outlaws same-sex relations and criminalizes gender expression, meaning a man 'posing' as a woman or vice versa.
Burundi: Sexual relations with someone of the same sex is illegal in Burundi.
Cameroon: Another country that outlaws same-sex relations, one can face six months to five years in prison.
Chad: Chad criminalizes sexual relations with someone of the same sex.
Chechnya: This small federal republic of Russia has long been a cause of concern for human rights organizations.
Comoros: The volcanic archipelago nation off Africa’s east coast also outlaws same-sex relations.
Dominica: Same-sex relations are also illegal in the Caribbean nation of Dominica.