I come from a country where there exist deep hatred and prejudice against members of lgbt community.I am currently living in ireland ,having been subjected to violence in my country of origin,and more threats that caused me to try and seek safety. 

The basis of this article is so that everyone may know that the effects of persecutions on the basis of sexual orientation can be very hard to deal with.It took me a while to try and come to terms with the fact that I was no longer in the hands of agents of persecution and that I needed to try and start living freely in accepting society. As the effects emanating from persecution are hard to deal with, I would say that finding a way to forge forward would be helpful to those who have endured similar situations ,so that you may finally start enjoying your freedom and your sexuality -for example do not hesitate to join groups that might meet your lgbt social interests,and also try to talk about it openly and freely, to help you accept more of who you are.It has helped me, coming from a repressive backgroud.


Victor Baraza

About Victor Baraza

Community Service Officer at RFGN

1 Comment

  1. Florence Ishaka Florence Ishaka on September 19, 2020 at 3:54 pm

    Thanks that’s so encouraging


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