Senegalese gay anti-AIDS activist Serigne, 27, who asked to be identified only by his first name, is pictured concealing his identity on a street in Dakar, Senegal, Jan. 26, 2005. The fear of violence and rejection is scaring gays away from treatment and making them a high-risk group in a country that has been spared the ravages of AIDS seen elsewhere in Africa. Serigne, who isn't infected, was attacked in the street after a newspaper named him as an anti-AIDS activist. (AP Photo/Cassie Vinograd) (image by Cassandra Vinograd)
Senegalese gay anti-AIDS activist Serigne, 27, who asked to be identified only by his first name, is pictured concealing his identity on a street in Dakar, Senegal, Jan. 26, 2005. The fear of violence and rejection is scaring gays away from treatment and making them a high-risk group in a country that has been spared the ravages of AIDS seen elsewhere in Africa. Serigne, who isn't infected, was attacked in the street after a newspaper named him as an anti-AIDS activist. (AP Photo/Cassie Vinograd)
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