Man living in Nairobi’s Eastlands area are complaining on the rise of lesbians in the area. Speaking to Ghetto Radio, they said the most affected areas are Buruburu and Outering areas, and that these ladies do not shy away from showcasing their sexuality in public.
According to one of the male residents in the area, the rapid rise in lesbianism is putting the boy child and the whole idea of marriage in danger. He says most men are now afraid approaching a lady, especially when they are walking in pairs, for fear that they might be lesbians.
“It is hard to stop and court a girl on the street because she will end up telling you she has a partner and to find out the partner is a girl,” says Warren Denzel, a resident of the area.
He notes that the area is now full of such ladies, and that no one is standing up to condemn the act given Kenya is based on strong Christian values.
“These people are everywhere, on bus stops, clubs and funny enough no one is standing up for the boy child and condemning them,” said Denzel.
It’s worth noting these are not the only areas in Nairobi where such things happen, and other zones have also been affected.
High Court on May 24, 2019 upheld laws criminalizing homosexuality between consenting adults, a decision that was described as regressive by Human Rights activists in Kenya.