Homophobia In Africa Is Symptom Of ‘A Larger Dysfunctional State,’ Says Blog

Humanosphere: Op-Ed: African governments’ exploitation of homophobia harms all of us
Anthony Natif, a pharmacist in Uganda; Toyosi Adejumo, a Nigerian physician; and Nathan Furukawa, a medical student at the University of Washington in Seattle, discuss the exploitation of homophobia in Africa and suggest that “such violations are symptoms of a larger dysfunctional state, and efforts to promote effective governance and balanced state institutions will go a long ways in protecting minority rights and modernizing their economies” (5/15).

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