An Honest Revision of the History of Homosexualities
"Africa and Africans should not respect or entertain homosexuality in any form or fashion. Gay
recognition and rights is a Western thing. African culture and tradition does not support nor encourage
such things." So wrote one respondent to a 2002 BBC News online forum, "Homosexuality in Africa." Even as same-sex marriages were made legal in South Africa in 2006, a number of politicians and prominent Africans have repeatedly, in the past ten years, denounced homosexuality as "un-African." Mugabe’s attacks, which gained wide publicity with his public denunciation of same-sex relations at the 1995 Zimbabwe Book Fair, are well known. In Botswana, as in most sub-Saharan countries, homosexuality is illegal.
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