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I was not convinced that lgbti (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex) people are as oppressed and fearful today as they were in the mid-1990s when the political homophobia (and my own involvement) began.To be fair, no one really tried all that hard to persuade me that they were. Like most such associations in the region, it remains heavily dependent on foreign donor support.Two flags fly side by side over the corner of a quiet tree-lined street and a busy thoroughfare in one of Harare’s inner northern suburbs.There is the red, gold, black and green of Zimbabwe‘s national standard (let‘s not talk of the splash of white just now).
No one doubts that the stakes are high, not least of all the security apparatus.
It has also been able to build bridges with other civil society groups working towards a democratic Zimbabwe.
In May, GALZ joined with representatives of several of those groups to present their anxieties about the current situation to the visiting UN envoy on human rights, Navi Pillay, an outspoken supporter of the seamlessness of sexual minority rights with gender equality and all the other rights and freedoms enshrined in the vast array of international declarations, treaties and convenants to which Zimbabwe is signatory.
It is a remarkable statement of self-confidence by GALZ (formerly Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe), the owner of the property from which the flags have been hoisted.
The association itself has been around for over two decades providing social and legal support, counselling, sexual health education, research, and lobbying for sexual minority rights.