Punishments for male to male relationships: Imprisonment of less than 10 years
Female to Female Relationships: Not Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law
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Has being trans affected your job in SENEGAL? Do you feel limited in your career for being trans?
In too many ways to count
I changed careers because I am trans
I feel that I wasn’t promoted because I am trans
My co-workers harass me because I am trans
I have not been limited for being trans, though I am out at work
11/09/2013 | Pan Africa ILGA Regional Communications
Senegal’s New Justice Minister Sidiki Kaba has ruled out legalising homosexuality in the country despite previously being a gay rights supporter and activist.
Kaba, who was previously the head of the International Federation for Human Rights, told reporters on Friday [Sept. 6] that he had dropped his opposition to the persecution of gay and lesbian people.
He said: ”I am a minister of justice who works in the context of a government and who expresses his views through those of the head of state which apply to all those who serve under him.” >>>