Ismael was living with his partner, an arrangement that outraged his neighbors in northern Cameroon. A Muslim, he was arrested, tried, convicted and now lives alone and abandoned in Tcholliré prison.
A gay Muslim who was arrested in 2015 when police raided his Cameroon hotel room, Ibrahim was sentenced to prison because his hotel rendezvous was with a man whom he loved.
Abdelaziz has been in Guider prison in northern Cameroon since 2015, sentenced to sex years of imprisonment because of his sexual orientation.
You can make a difference in a world that’s awash with homophobia: Your donation will be used to buy and deliver food for three close-to-malnourished young men imprisoned in northern Cameroon, victims of that country’s […]
Three nearly malnourished gay prisoners last week received a delivery of a month’s worth of food at Cameroon’s Yaoundé Central Prison, thanks to generous readers of the Erasing 76 Crimes blog.
“First get out of this hell.” That’s the future that a prisoner at Yaoundé’s Central Prison envisions for himself after spending four years of his life there for homosexuality.
Free the Yaounde 23 / Libérez les 23 de Yaounde That newly launched campaign is aimed at freeing all the men who were rounded up by Cameroon police on a gay-hunting expedition this weekend.