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At a bar across the road, Mudathir was celebrating his 19th birthday with about a dozen friends.Men were swaying their hips and twirling their arms to live taarab, a soulful orchestra-backed Swahili music, when a group of police officers approached them.But in an exclusive interview with Buzz Feed News, Kigwangalla said he expected anal testing to become routine.“People will be arrested if there is information that people are indulging themselves in unnatural sexual activities. Earlier this year, he scheduled a press conference at which he promised to release the names of LGBT Tanzanians; he abruptly canceled.“I was targeting only those who were promoting homosexuality,” he told Buzz Feed News.The case against them remains open, which means they must make regular trips to the police station. But the real damage to men like Khamis was done in the exam room.The test felt like a violation, and he was afraid that it might in fact “prove” he was gay.He said he didn’t protest because, with the officer there, he figured raising his voice was futile. Whatever they told us to do, we did.”Gay sex has been a crime in Tanzania, punishable with life in prison, since British colonial rule, but there is no record of anyone serving serious time for it.
“Look in it, and see if it is the wallet of a person who sells himself,” he remembered saying.But in Tanzania, people fear the crackdown could be worse.“This is not the era of Hillary Clinton running State, where she could come in heavy-headed to Uganda,” said Sean Maher, a senior HIV adviser at the Boston-based public health consultant John Snow, Inc., who has done work in Tanzania.But none of this bothers Hamisi Kigwangalla, the deputy health minister of Tanzania and the most vocal defender of the crackdown.In fact, his only problem with anal testing is that it doesn’t go far enough.
With the election of Donald Trump and the ascent of nativist movements in Europe, LGBT rights advocates worry that the Trump administration will surrender the US's role as a global leader in pressuring foreign governments to recognize the rights of their LGBT citizens. I doubt [Western leaders] will raise their voices on anything,” said Lotti Rutter of South Africa's Treatment Action Campaign, a leading HIV group on the continent.