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The Your Stories section is all about you! Please take a minute to tell visitors of the ILGA website about what LGBTI life is like in reality. Please submit your personal story and share your experience!

Share your experiences in CAYMAN ISLANDS - Let others know what it’s like to be LGBTI in your country! If an experience is meaningful for you, it will probably be meaningful for someone else. On whatever topic, whether good or bad, your story is how the world knows about your country and LGBTI life. By selecting tags that mark the topic your story, others can learn from your experience.
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This is what people are saying about life for LGBTI people in CAYMAN ISLANDS...
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Moja (user currently living in JAMAICA) posted for straight readers on 14/10/2013
Greetings, am from Kingston Jamaica and am really trying to use theatre production, and forums to address the issues of how the same men who are killing persons from the LGBT community is the same persons are sleeping with them before so, and as a result of how caribbean have painted a picture that being gay or bisexual its has to be a place where one hides, more and more men especially will hide their feelings for the same sex and when commit the act will result to guilt and kill the their same sex partners. I would love to create a space where we can talk more about this,i also have a production that speaks to some of the ways we can address this issue, please email me and lets network. My email address is

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posted for readers on 20/09/2010 +5
Half the population of the CI are expatriots who are lured, among other things, to the implication that the Union Jack in the corner of the flag represents some protections for human rights. NOT SO! CI passed a constitution gutted of human rights provisions behind closed doors between government and a few homophobic preachers. Also, if you work for a government or public authority, your boss may require that you attend a religious service where these men harangue sexual minorities in a fashion that is shocking. The corner of the flag should be replaced by a swastika as no non-christian or sexual minority person is safe here.
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