Homosexuality is considered by most Africans as un-African and has never really been prominent in any African society. For them, Western nations are responsible for past and present current attempts to foist or impose acceptance of homosexuality on African countries and their peoples. A practice many believe to be ‘western’ or ‘European’. This attitude is untrue because homosexuality in native Africa has always been present in a variety of forms, as documented by historians and anthropologists.

Life in danger? LGBT Movement in Nigeria

BALDI, Sergio
2009

Abstract

Homosexuality is considered by most Africans as un-African and has never really been prominent in any African society. For them, Western nations are responsible for past and present current attempts to foist or impose acceptance of homosexuality on African countries and their peoples. A practice many believe to be ‘western’ or ‘European’. This attitude is untrue because homosexuality in native Africa has always been present in a variety of forms, as documented by historians and anthropologists.
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