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Voices from the street

Voices from the street

Victoria Dipholo

“Even though everyone makes their own decisions, I personally think the new law that favours the LGBT community is not right as it opposes nature and our beliefs as Batswana.”


Tomeletso Setlhora

“This new law disgraces us as Batswana. It shows that we as Batswana are losing touch with our culture.”


Emmanuel James

“I feel like people are copying what they see in foreign countries. Being gay or lesbian is more of a lifestyle now.”


Amantle Fidzani

“I feel like it’s a good thing and I have no problem with gay people as they are as much a part of our daily lives like we are to them. The LGBT community can finally be who they really are freely with no fear of what people might do to them as they are now protected by the law.”

Lone Ramokopane

“The new law

amendment was made at the right time for the LGBT community to be free and accepted.”

Lesego Sekupiso

“The new law passed recently is something to be proud of as it now offers the LGBT community protection by law. In past years people raped and stigmatised them for choosing to be who they are. They can now finally voice out their problems with no fear.”

Tshegofatso Madzulugwa

“Everyone is entitled to their own choice of lifestyle and no one should be judged for the choice of who they want as spouses.”

Theo Abutege

“I personally believe that someone’s choice of sexuality is for no one to judge. We live in a changed world and therefore we should also let our minds adjust to such changes. I have no problem with anyone and how they choose to live their lives.”




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