Stories coming out of Africa about the LGBTQ community fill me with dread. I read them with bated breath. In this post I'll be sharing you pictures of males that dress like females and most often referred as women.
Although in the past years gay people were discriminated against and ridiculed in Africa, it is a bad thing to see that the Rainbow Nation has come so far and became one of the most inclusive countries of the LGBTQI. Ghana govt strictly rejected LGBQL but there are still some individuals still engaging in the act and get away with it.
Young gay men from Africa who are social media influencers will be introduced to you in this article. You may not have heard of them before reading this article. They are Siyambulela Marenzo (Sibahle Blom), Lebogang Siso and Siyambulela Marenzo.
Some of them are from South Africa, Ghana and Nigeria. In addition to their amazing fashion sense, they are often mistaken for women on social media.
These young men may easily be mistaken for ladies if they were encountered in a public area such as a club, mall, or any other public venue. Share your opinion let us know what youe own view.
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