Papua New Guinea's 'gay village' offers sanctuary, hope



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As a gay man in Papua New Guinea, where gay sex is illegal and stigma and violence widespread, Kapera Patrick remembers homophobic thugs pelting him with abuse, stones and bottles. His life changed when he was taken in by a family in Hanuabada, a settlement in Port Moresby which has become a haven of tolerance, offering sanctuary for dozens in a gay community that is gradually coming out of hiding.



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