TAKUNDA Munashe was only 13 years old when he started selling his body to other males while living in Mtapa, a high-density suburb in Gweru, the administrative capital of the Midlands province in Zimbabwe. Fearing victimization, they hide their sexuality, though he says it is harder to keep it secret from his young children, who watch cartoon gays and lesbians depicted on television. Amina has no such need as he boasts a huge customer base and says he does not need to visit nightclubs or roam the streets for work; his clients simply phone him when they want sex. I'm gay". Gendi's story is not unusual. Zimbabwe does not recognise same-sex marriage or civil unions. He had watched some of his friends browsing from one application to the other at school — and because his parents could not get him one — he decided to get one for himself.
Before then, laws against sodomy were limited to sexual activity, and the revised law now states that sodomy is any "act involving contact between two males that would be regarded by a reasonable person as an indecent act".
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General Assembly he lashed out at the world body for trying to force gay rights reforms on Zimbabwe.