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Gay sex thrives in most unlikely place: Pakistan
Aug 28th, 2013 by Warren Swil

In Karachi, same-sex

partners easy to find,

say media reports

This image shows a Pakistani demonstrator’s poster in the U.K. Click image to enlarge.

IT IS A MOST unlikely – but credible – discovery: in a country where only two percent of the people accept homosexuality, gay sex is thriving. It is in a city of over 21 million people: Karachi, Pakistan.
It has been fairly widely reported on in recent months, but Tuesday the story came to the BBC online and will be on television early Thursday.
Yesterday, too The Atlantic carried its own report, based off the BBC one. And a Pew Research report in June found the country at the bottom of the heap when it comes to acceptance of gay and lesbian citizens.
It was also reported on in Mother Jones in June, and three years ago the BBC did an in-depth report on gay Muslims which explains a lot.
WATCH A VIDEO ON BEING MUSLIM AND GAY BELOW THE FOLD.


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