Jacinta Nzilani, 51 has opened up on what pushed her to be a lesbian even as LGBT rights activists flocked to the Milimani law courts on Friday.
The group had flocked the court to hear the ruling on whether gay s3x will be decriminalised. They were however disappointed after the ruling was postponed to May.
Jacinta says she became a lesbian after her husband died, adding that she was ‘forced’ to do this after mistreatment from her in-laws.
“I am a widow. I lived with my husband for more than 25 years and then he died. I was treated badly by my in-laws and because of the experience.
I decided to live with other women and I am a lesbian. I feel comfortable and good with other lesbians.”
Her church, which was located in the CBD, no longer operates and says this forced her to join lesbians in their church.
“I LOST My church due to several challenges. People left me and some were forcing me to marry and it was not in me anymore.”