"Kenyans are a tolerant and curious lot," Gitari said.
Despite its laws, the country is a haven for LGBT refugees in East and Central Africa with a vibrant social movement and growing government interest in the health of gay people, he said.
The best part about this is that it heats things up for later.
But negative stereotypes persist, including the wrong beliefs that all LGBT people are sex workers and all gay men have HIV, Gitari said.
At least half of the LGBT people in Kenya have suffered physical and verbal assault, according to a survey by the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission.
In addition to getting more than one thing done, multi-tasking during sex allows you to have mindful sex: 1.
Have a shower – If you are running out of time, you can jump into the shower with your partner.
Try sexting with your partner while going on with your day.
You get that shopping or that report at work done while you get down and dirty with your partner.
This way, you get to have a shower and still get intimate in the same frame of time. Watch television– If you are one of those busy couples, you can catch up on your favorite shows while getting sexually intimate.
The good thing about television these days is that you often do not need to see the action.
He claimed the laws criminalizing same-sex relations were supported by "99 percent" of the Kenyan people.