A website for gay Kenyans has been launched in the capital, Nairobi, to help the small openly homosexual community cope with discrimination. The Freedom In Speech site would help gay people end their isolation by discussing their lives and the abuse they face, the founders told the BBC. It would also create a forum to challenge homophobic politicians and religious leaders, they said. Homosexual acts are illegal in deeply conservative Kenya.
David Wambua, a writer for the