Mach68 please provide evidence and citations. When I researched this all I found was that Afrika has had a long history of violent persecution of homosexuals and that it wasn't until european countries like Canada brought in same sex laws was gay rights even considered in countries like South Africa which is still based loosely on western structures. Human rights is traditionally thought of as a western invention dating back to Socratic tradition and revived during the time of John Stuart Mill with his book "On Liberty",
A lot of other sites indicated anti homophobic bias in Africa comes from Islam culture not the west. For example Somalia.
True, but colonialism played a huge role in homophobia. Have you ever heard of a practice called buck-breaking?
One of the less well known aspects of the history of slavery is how many and how often non-whites owned and traded slaves in early America. Free black slave holders could be found at one time or another “in each of the thirteen original states and later in every state that countenanced slavery,” historian R. Halliburton Jr. observed. That black people bought and sold other black people raises “vexing questions” for 21st-century Americans like African-American writer Henry Louis Gates Jr., who writes that it betrays class divisions that have always existed within the black community.