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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 BURUNDI - 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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In Tanzania being LGBT is an offence that one can face up to 35rs in prison, though no one have been jailed so far but the life is not that good.
religious houses and leaders are againist LGBT, this makes the whole community go againist us.
We are not accepted, not recognized, stigmatized and discriminated. We really have no support from NGOs both local and international, not even human rights activists.
We are crying for help from our fellow friend worldwide join us we want our rights in Tanzania.
WEZESHA work to promote and protect the rigbhts of LGBT in Tanzania
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david (user currently living in BURUNDI) posted for readers on 16/06/2010 tagged with health
hi mane is david i would like to ask you let me know what's going in Burundi. it was david thanm you.
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Jean Paul (user currently living in BURUNDI) posted for gay lesbian readers on 16/01/2010 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, illegality of female to female relationships, illegality of male to male relationships +5
In Burundi gays and lesbians must hide themselfves because the law and tthe sociaety do not protect them. They 've lost their jobs, live miserablely and are constantly persecuted by the police and the catholic clergy.
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