Namibia Pride seeks repeal of nation’s anti-LGBTQ law


The LGBTQ community in the southern African nation of Namibia recently held its biggest-ever Pride celebration, which included appeals for the repeal of the country’s unenforced law prohibiting same-sex intimacy. The recent week-long Namibia Pride was the country’s biggest ever Pride celebration, featuring a colourful and defiant Pride Parade through the capital Windhoek. Organised by the Namibia Equal Rights Movement, the commemorations included events such as a feminist festival, sunset yoga in the park, a quiz night, a film screening, an exhibition and a drag night.

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