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The Stigma Surrounding LGBT People In Africa Forces Them To Enter Into Short-term Marriages – Juliet Ibrahim Reveals



Award-winning Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim, has taken the bold decision to add her voice tot the debate concerning same-s*x marriage.

The adorable female movie star believes that the stigma aligned with homosexuality is forcing many of them to enter into marriages they have no interest in.

She reiterated that as a result of the shame, numerous men are forced to get married against their will, and these marriages typically do not stand the test of time.

Juliet Ibrahim lamented that some of these individuals had chosen to be bis*xual and have s*x with fellow men other than their female partners.

In a recent post she shared by the actress on her social media pages, she stated that because of the stigma
behind being a homos*xual in West Africa, a lot of gay guys are now being compelled to get married to
innocent women to live a lie and cover up, just to please their relatives and the society.

According to Juliet, some of these homos*xuals go against their norms to become bis*xual, just to have kids with a straight woman yet they’ll
still have male partners behind closed doors, and make them appear as their best friends or buddies.

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