Kenyan Court Outlaws Anal Exam to Test Homosexuality
The Court of Appeal has ruled that the use of forced anal exams used to determine whether homosexual men engaged in sex is illegal. This landmark victory for gay rights comes after two men suspected of having sex were subjected to forced anal examination by police and staff at a public hospital in Mombasa in 2015.
Deutsche Welle, 22 March 2018
Rights groups have hailed the ruling as a "tremendous step" for gay rights in the conservative country. Kenya has been listed by LGBTQ rights groups has a country that sponsors… Read more »
Nation, 23 March 2018
The Court of Appeal has ruled that forced anal examinations used to determine whether gay men engaged in sex is illegal. Read more »
Nairobi News, 22 March 2018
Court of Appeal in Mombasa has declared that medical examination conducted on two men to determine if they were gay was unconstitutional. Read more »