Documentary: Gays and Lesbians in Cuba — ¿Oye qué bolá? Cuban Voices on Sexual Diversity 2009

¿Oye, qué bolá? brings together a range of energetic and sincere voices discussing sexual diversity in 21st Century Cuba. The documentary includes interviews with: Mariela Castro – director of the National Centre for Sex Education (and daughter of President Raúl Castro), documentary filmmaker – Lizette Vila, psychologist – Mayra Rodrígez, and author – Tomás Fernández Robaina. Of equal importance, the documentary includes invaluable contribution to the discussion by ordinary Cubans from different walks of life.

Exploring past injustices, current prejudice, and hopes for a future without homophobia, OYE attempts to address myths and misunderstandings about the state of sexual diversity in Cuba.
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NIGERIAN GAYS NOW TRAVELLING ABROAD

NIGERIAN GAYS NOW TRAVELLING ABROAD

60% of gays in Nigeria are now taking the exit route to foreign countries where sexual freedom is tolerated. Their appetite for asylum comes in the wake of an American law recognising gay rights.
What’s the new American policy and its potential influence on Africa? Watch here.
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