Kenyan Newspaper, The Weekly Citizen today published a list of top gays and lesbians in the country and the people included in the list will shock you from renown media personalities to businessmen and public servants.
It's no news that Kenya is very anti-gay but I'm repulsed to see this happening in 2015. For a country losing hundreds of lives to terrorism on a yearly basis you'd think they would use their time and resources in dealing with real issues. I wonder at how homosexuality affects the growth/development/welfare of a country. Shaming homosexuals is wrong on every level, but that's my opinion and it's completely understandable if you differ.
Shaming homosexuals. Thumbs Up or Make It Stop?
*Someone recently asked if I'm gay or if there's a reason I'm so "tolerant" of gay people.
No, I'm not gay, I have actually put myself through tests because 'how would you know you hate amala if you've never eaten amala', right? So when Katy Perry said she kissed a girl and she liked it, I could not relate.
As for the other question I just find it easier to love than to hate, especially when my neighbour's action is causing his neighbour no harm.*