Another East African country, Kenya, makes our list at number nine on the countdown. They have multiple sections in their penal code that label “gross indecency,” homosexual acts, or “carnal knowledge,” as felonies, whether committed in public or private, and say that they are punishable by law. Anyone caught taking part in certain sexual acts with someone of the same sex, could face between five and 21 years in jail for their act. You can even face charges for attempting to convince someone to commit homosexual acts with you. If you are suspected of being gay in Kenya, you can even be put through a forced anal examination to prove it, which many activists are referring to as inhumane and possibly torture.