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TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF

Male to Male relationships: Not Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: Imprisonment of 10 years or more
Female to Female Relationships: Not Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law

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Have you had problems obtaining treatment for HIV/AIDS or STD/STIs in TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF?

The majority of people visiting this site have said Yes, there is no access prevention

Yes, there is no access prevention (75%) Yes, access to prevention is limited (25%) Yes, getting prevention is stigmatized (0 %) No (0 %)

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Zungu (user currently living in TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF) posted for gay readers on 09/04/2011 +5
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I was arested by police officers taken to Mabatini Police Station and was told to suck the dicks of three policemen.
Because of fear I tried my best but it was very terible.
Tanzania is very worse, LGBT experience alot of problems, including names like kaka poa, Shoga, Msenge and many abusive names.
There is stigma in the families.
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Zungu (user currently living in TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF) posted for gay readers on 09/04/2011 +5
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I was arested by police officers taken to Mabatini Police Station and was told to suck the dicks of three policemen.
Because of fear I tried my best but it was very terible.
Tanzania is very worse, LGBT experience alot of problems, including names like kaka poa, Shoga, Msenge and many abusive names.
There is stigma in the families.
add response to story
add response to story
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