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19 November 2011

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Mel Smith

Cameroon and other nations that violate the human rights of gays or any other group of people should be boycotted, because the "homosexuality does not represent our culture" argument is totally nonsense, and is an ill excuse to violate the rights of people.

Boycott their as$es

Gitondo

Much respect to this woman who dares to stand up for the right thing!They can persecute LGBT people as long as they want but guess what? We're (queer) here to stay!!..homophobia is a losing battle!It's amazing to see how the younger LGBT generation (late 10's early 20's)that grew up in Africa with access to information i.e internet is unapologetic.You(homophobes)cannot fight what's natural! How about we focus on the development of our beautiful continent?

Africain et gay!

BLACK

CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHY IS SOME AFRICAN COUNTRIES SO DAMN HOMOPHOBIC? IT'S RIDICULIOUS.

Jerry

Homosexuality has always been a small part of nature and always existed in all the sub-Saharan African countries. Homophobia as it exists today arrived with the Colonials and their religious bigotry and today religions are still the fundamental source of homophobia. As one gay activist in Uganda said: The West did not bring homosexuality to Africa; it brought homophobia." He is right. There are two books that are great sources of homosexuality in Africa and they are well documented. One is BORN TO BE GAY: A HISTORY OF HOMOSEXUALITY by William Naphy and BOY WIVES AND FEMALE HUSBANDS:STUDIES OF AFRICAN HOMOSEXUALITIES by Stephen O. Murray and Will Roscoe. These books are invaluable sources of truth about homosexuality in Africa.

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