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Alarm Over Rising Rate Of Lesbians In Eastlands


By Arnold Olando

A section of men from Nairobi’s Eastlands area have raised an alarm over the increasing number of lesbians in the area.

The men who spoke to Ghetto Radio News claim that most affected areas are Buruburu and Outering areas.

Warren Denzel says that the number of lesbian relationships have increased adding that the lesbian girls are unafraid of showcasing their sexuality.

Denzel insinuates that the act has put the boy child in danger as most are afraid of approaching the girls for fear of being rejected because another girl is in the picture.

It is hard to stop and court a girl on the street because she will end up telling you she has a partner and to find out the partner is a girl.” He adds.

Denzel says that the act is too common that some area residents have accepted them and have no problem with them.

“These people are everywhere, on bus stops, clubs and funny enough no one is standing up for the boychild and condemning them,” said Denzel.

High Court on May 24, 2019 upheld laws criminalizing homosexual acts between consenting adults.

Presiding judges Roselyne Aburili, Chacha Mwita and John Mativo said Section 162 (a) and (c) of Kenya’s Penal Code says clearly that homosexuality is illegal in Kenya.

Human Rights activists described this as a step backward in the progress Kenya has made toward equality in recent years.