In Cameroon, the first charges of female homosexuality are being prosecuted this month—and it’s a threesome. Homosexuality is a punishable offense in most African countries. In Cameroon, practicing homosexuality can result in a five-year prison sentence. Four men were convicted last year.
The case in court now involves a lesbian couple, one of whom allegedly cheated with a married woman. The latter’s husband told the police. Crowds packed the court to hear testimony.