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Intersectional Influences of Sexual Orientation Microaggressions in South Africa
Gender Violence, the Law, and Society
Following South Africa's democracy, a new constitution was adopted that allowed for freedom of all citizens. This legal protection has, however, not fully translated into a change in attitudes of members of society. Raising the topic of gender being on a spectrum in an African context is bound to result in controversy. Many African countries continue to criminalise same-sex relationships. Therefore it can be understood that the notion of a same-sex desire is seen to be un-African. A common viewdoi:10.1108/978-1-80117-127-420221013 fatcat:ilbgyflcvfdsxatchfwqtgse2m