9 African Celebrities who love to feed from behind (Anal sex)

African celebrities who love to feed from behind (Anal sex)

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Being Gay in Africa

Homosexuality in most of African countries is still a taboo and gay people continue to face stigma and persecution. A lot of African countries frown upon same-sex relations and in some countries, being gay is even punishable by law. 

South Africa remains the only African nation where gay marriage is legal. Across the globe, there are a number of countries where everyone is going anal.

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A few African countries such as Botswana, Angola, Seychelles, Mozambique, São Tomé and Principe, Lesotho, and Gabon have in recent years made life for gays a little better by decriminalizing same-sex relationships. As the debate on whether ‘being gay is unafrican’ a few brave African celebrities are living out proudly as gay and hopefully through their actions Africans can have a sober discussion on their sexuality.

Somizi Mhlongo

Somizi Mhlongo is Idols SA judge who is proudly gay.  Together with his partner Mohale the two held a lavish weddings in 2019 that was attended by the who’s who of the South African entertainment industry.

Bisi Alimi

He is an exiled Nigerian lecturer who is gay and proud. The UK-based HIV/LGBT advocate is no stranger to controversy and became the first Nigerian to declare his homosexuality on national TV. He is currently in exile as Nigeria’s law frown upon same-sex marriage.

Silas Miami

Miami is a Kenyan filmmaker who is deeply in love with a man. The son of former news anchor Louis Otieno, took to social media mid this year to announce he was happily married to his Mzungu lover.

“I met and married someone just under a year ago. He’s got all the things: kindness, courage, honesty, etc, but, while this is all fine and great, that’s not why I married him.” In fact, neither of us believed in marriage. We still do not. But after months of us looking at the options for what companionship could look like, especially seeing as travel is not exactly easy for us, we settled on going for it. We maintain an ethically polyamorous situation because monogamy gives us both migraines,” Miami wrote.

He lives in South Africa with his bubby Patrick.

Albert Nabonibo

Nabonibo is a well-known gospel singer in Rwanda who recently came out as a gay man.

In August last year left many Rwandans and his fans shocked when he come out of the closest in an interview with a Christian YouTube channel. Nabonibo told The Associated Press that he came out in order to live normally but since he announced he was gay he has become an outcast.

“But there is no going back, because I have to live my real life,” Nabonibo said in an interview in the capital, Kigali. “It’s so sad to see people you know abusing you.”

Olivier Nduhungirehe, Rwanda’s state minister for foreign affairs, however, expressed support for Nabonibo, saying he is protected under the law and urging the singer to continue his worship ministry.

“All Rwandans are born and remain equal in rights and freedoms,” Olivier Nduhungirehe, tweeted on Twitter.

Kenyan stylista

This fashion blogger and lifestyle consultant whose real name is Franklin Saiyalel come out recently in a big bold way.  Clad in black T-shirt with the words “Let’s get one thing straight, I am not.” What a way to announce you are gay and love to feed from behind.

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