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Since January 2014, several said that they had adopted self-censoring behavior by significantly and consciously altering their gender presentation to avoid detection or suspicion by members of the public and to avoid arrest and extortion.

They told Human Rights Watch that this was not necessarily a major concern prior to the passage of the SSMPA.

The SSMPA contributes significantly to a climate of impunity for crimes committed against LGBT people, including physical and sexual violence.Interviewees in Ibadan and other places told Human Rights Watch that they had been detained by the police multiple times since the passage of the SSMPA.Human Rights Watch interviewed eight of the 21 young men who were arrested, but not charged, at a birthday party in Ibadan.LGBT victims of crime said the law inhibited them from reporting to authorities due to fear of exposure and arrest.“No way would we file a complaint,” Henry, a victim of mob violence in Lagos, said.

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