Corpus ID: 155508698

The “politics” of sexual identities in Zimbabwe: a social work perspective?

@inproceedings{Mabvurira2012TheO,
  title={The “politics” of sexual identities in Zimbabwe: a social work perspective?},
  author={V. Mabvurira and P. D. Motsi and T. Masuka and E. Chigondo},
  year={2012}
}
Any sexual orientation other than heterosexuality is treated with scorn in most African societies. This paper focus on homosexuality as a sexual minority problem in Zimbabwe. Homosexuals live secluded lives due to prejudice and discrimination. The paper also argues that despite disapproval that homosexuality in un-African, it is as African as the baobab tree and as Zimbabwean as the Great Zimbabwe Ruins. It traces the incidence of same sex relations in pre-colonial and post colonial Zimbabwe… Expand
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