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Sep
10
2010
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 30 issue 6

Homosexuality in Africa

Leo Igwe


RIGHTS, GAY AND OTHERWISE Homosexuality in Africa Leo Igwe In Africa, issues concerning sex are treated with utmost secrecy. Talking openly about one’s sexual life is taboo. Discussing sexual feelings, acts, and experiences in public is frowned upon. Little or no sex education takes place in African schools or homes....

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