Progress for gay rights in Africa still isn’t inevitable

    Johannesburg (CNN)It was Pride Month no less.

    On June 11, high court judges in Gaborone struck down colonial-era sodomy laws from the rule books. The judgment was comprehensive, and LGBTQ activists in Botswana were overjoyed.
    It was a significant win in a protracted fight for equality. For a moment, progress seemed inevitable, but I’ve found that victories like this one are often followed by crushing disappointments.


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