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LGBT people in Madagascar forced to hide their sexuality

By France24
09 April 2024   |   3:14 am
Even if homosexuality is not illegal in Madagascar, it is widely considered to be socially unacceptable. Many LGBT people have to hide their sexuality in order to hold onto their job or simply live in peace. They have developed their own networks, body language and dialect. FRANCE 24's Gaëlle Borgia, Vanessa Rakotomalala and Jedidia Andriamasy report.

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