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Some in the Lesbian, Gay,cheap jordans for sale, Bisexuals and Transgender (LGBT) community in Africa are also concerned. The reaction of the West seems to have resulted in "an unpleasant and contagious backlash". It has indeed diverted the attention from the human rights question at hand to the political bickering between African and Western leaders.
The issue of LGBT rights, therefore, adds to the mix in an already bumpy road. It has reignited an old debate around conditionality: a traditionally controversial issue in EU-Africa relations. Africans feel times have changed and they are no longer obliged to rely on relations with Europe and therefore comply with externally