Africa rape case outrages community. More Videos Africa rape case outrages community Story highlights Youths aged 14 to 20 are arrested over a cell phone video showing a rape A newspaper got hold of the video and handed it to police A government minister says the case will be a priority Tens of thousands of women are raped in South Africa every year. South Africans woke up on Wednesday morning to the claim that a group of Soweto youths had filmed themselves raping a year-old girl believed to be mentally ill.
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PARIS — At least 50 to gay men were outed in Morocco over the last two weeks, rights activists say, after the men were identified on location-based meeting apps while sheltering at home amid a coronavirus lockdown. In at least three cases, men were kicked out of their houses, L. In interviews, many others in the country said they had been blackmailed and threatened, and thousands fear that their photos will be spread on social media. In Morocco, a North African kingdom where homosexuality and sex outside marriage are crimes, gay people are painfully accustomed to the feelings of peril and rejection, and many keep their sexual identities under wraps. Now, their cover has been blown in a way that would be criminal in most Western societies, rights advocates say. Yet they have no legal recourse.
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The country has by far experienced an increase in the number of cases of people coming out. The country has a record of celebrities who have been open about their s-e-xuality and how well they feel they can define it. In case you did not know that they existed, these are the gay actors in South Africa. S-e-xuality is one of the most sensitive topics. The idea of people being open about their opinions on s-e-xuality is one of the topics that stir a debate.
A s a gay African, with a background in analytic philosophy, the most annoying opposition to my sexual orientation is the claim that my lifestyle is un-African. It is annoying because historic and anthropological claims about the origins of behaviour seldom offer principled reasons why a lifestyle should never be allowed. Colonialists are often accused of bringing homosexuality to Africa. Yet they never get attributed with a likelier anthropological truth: introducing penal codes to the continent that outlaw gay sex. An irony that bypasses homophobic leaders such as Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, is that anti-sodomy laws on their countries' statute books were first designed and implemented by the former colonial powers now accused of exporting homosexuality.