In Cameroon, anti-gay voices grow louder.

In Cameroon, the topic of homosexuality is no longer taboo. Both in Yaoundé and Douala, on the street, in taxis, restaurants, bars, offices and markets, on the radio and on television, it is difficult to spend a day or even an hour without the conversation reverting to this topic. Opposition to homosexuality has become the…

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Amnesty International wants Cameroon to grant Gay Rights.

Amnesty International, AI, has stigmatized Cameroon as a country with a bloody record of human right abuses. This is the byword of the 2012 report the organisation published in January 24. “People in Cameroon are being subjected to a raft of abuses including unlawful killing and torture as the authorities seek to use the criminal justice system…

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Another 3 men in Cameroon jail for homosexuality

Originally posted on 76 CRIMES:
Amnesty International’s candle-and-barbed-wire symbol. (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia) Previously unreported on this blog, these cases are cited by the newly released Amnesty International report on Cameroon.  The report states: “Two young men identified as Depadou N, aged 21 years, and Paul Arno, aged 24 years, were arrested on 22 November 2011…

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Fighting for gay rights in Cameroon!!!!

The Constitution of Cameroon however denies this ACT of Homosexuality and any person who violates the law will serve a 5 year term in Jail. This is however disgusting. I am not giving any judgements because there are several perspectives and notions which exist respective to Individuals. My point here is, with our younger generations…

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