US News Fannyann Eddy: Murdered for their conviction

19:50  14 june  2021
19:50  14 june  2021 Source:   gq-magazin.de

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today, on 14 June, 47 years ago Fannyann Eddy was born in Sierra Leone. She was only 30 years old. On September 29, 2004, EDDY was murdered in the offices of the "Sierra Leone Lesbian and Gay Association", which was founded by her, raped several times, with numerous cutters in the body and with a broken neck. The brutality of the act suggests a hate crime. The supposed motif: Eddy loved women and fought loudly for the rights of homosexuals and trans people in their home country Sierra Leone and throughout Africa. The authorities could not be communicated, the act was neither political nor by homophobia.

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photographer Lee Price, which portrayed in 2017 the LGBTQ community portrayed in the Sierra Leonian capital Freetown, reported in an interview with Dazed : " It is a religious country in which humans are taught that it is a sin to be gay. And that's the view that most - if not all - people represent. " In Sierra Leone to belong to the LGBTQ community, be a daily fight. Access to health care is difficult, shopkeepers would send homosexuals and trans people away from worry, their money bring misfortune, and many families would violate their children.

The tabooing of homosexuality kills

on such states in Sierra Leone and all of Africa Treated Fannyann Eddy in April 2004 when she held a diverse speech in front of the UN human rights commission in Geneva. The precarious situation of the LGBTQ community described her in her lecture so: "We live in fear in our environment in which we are exposed to permanent harassment and violence by neighbors and others. Your homophobic attacks will not be punished by state side. On the contrary: discrimination and violence against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender are still promoted. "

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In addition, Eddy's attentive to the devastating consequences of homosexuality, 90 percent of men who have sex with other men, would have sex with their Wives and girlfriends so as not to be suspected of being homosexual. This is done in both cases mostly without a condom. The spread of HIV are opened by the tabooing of homosexuality and lack of reconnaissance work door and gate - not only within the LGBTQ community, but also throughout the population.

The silence must be broken

Eddy ended with the call to finally break silence. "You can help us to fight these crimes and gain our complete rights and freedoms in every society," she asked the United Nations Human Rights Commission. "Also in my beloved Sierra Leone." Only five months later Fannyann was murdered Eddy in her beloved home country. She left her 10-year-old son and her partner Esther Chikeripa.

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In Germany, the Fannyann Eddy and the German-Jewish doctor, Sexualist and Pioneer of the Gay Civil Rights Movement Magus Hirschfeld named "Hirschfeld-Eddy Foundation" to the human rights activist - and continues their work in a sense, because the organization supports international human rights work and is committed to reducing prejudice against the LGBTQ community worldwide.

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