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  1. D.C.
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    And the government adds salt to open wounds. How unfortunate.

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  2. mohamedskamara371
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    The discrimination, stigma, harassment and attacks of gays, lesbians bisexual and LGBT activist are sometimes unbearable. The freedom we want for ourselves should be the freedom that we should want for others, homosexuals and lesbians not excepted. The media, religious bodies some civil society associations and organizations sometimes condemn same sex relationship and marriages. News of killing and molesting of Gays, lesbians and LGBT activist is rampant.
    There is no protection for people or groups that are sympathetic to gay issues in most West African countries. Going to the police to report gay right activism related incidences is a waste of time because they do not treat such matters seriously.

    Conclusively, gay practice and positive gay related discussions are a taboo in most West African countries. The simplest way to put oneself outside the protection of the law is to support gay issues. Journalists have been killed, beaten and attacked for propagating favourable gay issues in most countries in West Africa.

    With all of these recorded events, when will people wake up to the call of gay and lesbians rights and hearken to the cry of activist?

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