Jamaica Anti-Lesbian Violence

Jamaica Anti-Lesbian Violence

In this March 24, 2015 photo, gay rights activist Angeline Jackson, 24, speaks with a colleague in Kingston, Jamaica. Jackson, a victim of a targeted sexual assault when she was 19, now directs the only registered lesbian and bisexual women’s organization in Jamaica and is determined to help others recover from sexual crimes targeting female homosexuals, including so-called “corrective rapes” intended to force them into becoming heterosexual or punish them for not fitting societal norms. (AP Photo/David McFadden)

In this March 24, 2015 photo, gay rights activist Angeline Jackson, 24, speaks with a colleague in Kingston, Jamaica. Jackson, a victim of a targeted sexual assault when she was 19, now directs the only registered lesbian and bisexual women’s organization in Jamaica and is determined to help others recover from sexual crimes targeting female homosexuals, including so-called “corrective rapes” intended to force them into becoming heterosexual or punish them for not fitting societal norms. (AP Photo/David McFadden)

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