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A fringe political party in Kenya has announced that it will show U. President Barack Obama its disapproval of his support for LGBT rights by holding a protest of 5, "totally naked" party members. Though Kidaha's party has no members in Parliament, it has won international attention for submitting an anti-LGBT law to Parliament that includes punishments of life in prison for Kenyans convicted of homosexuality and stoning to death for foreigners. But the legislation has not advanced in Parliament, and though some senior politicians have made anti-LGBT remarks over the past year, there has been no serious effort to expand Kenya's laws against homosexuality beyond the colonial-era sodomy law already in place. In the interview with Nairobi News , Kidaha said that "the procession will be carried by totally naked 4, men and 1, women" who will be required to leave their clothes in a "big bag" when they arrive at the protest site. Kidaha reportedly told The Star newspaper that the protesters would come in part from "a network of prostitutes in Nairobi, Nakuru and other counties" affiliated with the Republican Liberty Party, who would be participating for free out of concern of losing business if homosexuality spread in Kenya.
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Natasha Khan has spent a decade crafting a musical persona that defies easy categorisation. But in her private life, questions of identity and commitment have persisted. Now she's learned what what it takes to feel whole. As Bat for Lashes, Natasha Khan has spent a decade crafting a musical persona that defies easy categorisation.