In Eswatini, a landlocked country in Southern Africa formerly known as Swaziland, same-sex conduct is still illegal.
The anti-gay law is a remnant of colonial rule, but it continues to harm to the LGBT+ community to this day.
That's why All Out and Eswatini Sexual and Gender Minorities (ESGM) asked LGBT+ people in Eswatini to tell the world what it's like to live in a country where their love is illegal.
Their stories are a powerful reminder that no one should be criminalized for who they are or who they love.
Listen to the stories and help make the Voices of Eswatini heard around the world.
If you want to hear more about the project and the situation in Eswatini, watch this video of a virtual webinar we held with members of the local LGBT+ community: