When her fiancée was brutally raped by men who sought to “correct”
her sexual orientation, Ndumie Funda vowed to fight for justice.
Funda was devastated by the death of her fiancée and another close
friend, who died of illnesses caused by the “corrective rape” that they
had suffered. But when she formed a rights organization and campaigned
for the prosecution of a man charged with the rape of another lesbian,
she was soon in hiding, afraid to leave her home.
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