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Video: Risky Work in Kenya

Throughout our month in Kenya, order Jenni and I ask ourselves, viagra order “Would we continue our activism if we received death threats?” Truthfully, more about we’re not sure. Almost everyone we interviewed in Kenya have had their physical safety threatened at one time or another, and yet they all choose to continue their work. […]

Trans In Kenya: A Woman Tells Her Story

It’s hard enough to survive as a gay or lesbian in Kenya. Living as a transperson in Kenya and trying to access medical care brings a different complexity. In Kenya public hospitals deny medical care to transgender people, more about and government offices refuse to change their identification. Jenni and I spend an afternoon with […]

Kenyan Superallies: Reverends on a Mission

Would you be willing to stand up for a minority group that you weren’t a part of? What if it cost you your reputation? Your job? Maybe even your life? In Nairobi we met with two extraordinary individuals, mind Reverend Michael Kimindu, cialis 40mg and Reverend John Makokha who run Other Sheep Africa and Other […]

What is Gay and Lesbian Life Like in Kenya?

  • March 15, 2012
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In November 2010 the Kenyan Prime Minister condemned homosexuality saying “If found, nurse the homosexuals should be arrested and taken to relevant authorities.” Under international pressure, he retracted his statements days later, saying he only meant that same-sex marriages are illegal in Kenya. The Kenyan penal code criminalizes homosexual behavior with up to 14 years […]

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