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Readers Experiences

This is what people are saying about life for LGBTI people in SUDAN...
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Obeid (user currently living in SUDAN) posted for gay readers on 13/07/2014 tagged with at the work place, sexual orientation, religion +5
I am Mohammed ,Sudanese my age is 33 years old living in Khartoum, I am homosexual since am child 6 years old.
No body knows that except some relatives the one who start with me homosexuality and one friend.My family members they are not know that but if they come to know that they will descriminate me.
Also Sudan coverenment will punished me because Sudan under islamic rules
I tried to go out Sudan many times but i failed.
I was working in UAE for 3years and i tried from there to Eurobe or USA but i failed.
i have reterned back to Sudan in last November 2013 because my employment visa in UAE was canceled without resonable.
Me now again in Sudan,I have twice live here one life in a day and hafe in night(hidden).I am writing now my story because i wont some body to hear me
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A short documentary about gay Ugandan refugees in The Netherlands, who fled their home country due to anti gay laws in Uganda. I hereby send you the link of the video on Vimeo.

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Freedom Sudan is the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) organization in Sudan. Our organization has been formed in December 2006. Our status is illegal. Homosexual behavior is illegal in Sudan and homosexuals facing the death penalty. That's why our organization was formed in secret and all our activities are carried out secretly, hoping that one day we will get accepted in our communities and even in our families, and hope that we can be FREE to be the way we are. Freedom Sudan is an organization run by volunteers only.
The last three years we have worked very hard to put the foundation of our association; we still have a lot of hard work left to do to reach our goals.

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Member of Freedom Sudan
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