JOURNALIST and actor Natasha Norman informs exactly just how she struggled to locate love in country where homosexuality continues to be unlawful.
VARIOUS covert operations are launched in Pakistan but few might have been since daunting as a person that is gay to date in a nation where homosexuality is prohibited.
But journalist Natasha Noman found that being truly a lesbian in Pakistan brought heart-thumping drama and hilarity.
Natasha, 29, speaks about her dating experiences in a razor-sharp brand new comedy, Noman’s Land, at Edinburgh’s Gilded Balloon.
Inside her one-woman comedy, she informs the viewers: “Pakistan lesbians aren’t getting set. They aren’t also speaing frankly about intercourse.
“The only time individuals speak about being homosexual in Pakistan has been other gays they will have understood a majority of their lives, in a locked space consuming sh***y wine and viewing Bollywood films to drown down most of the gay talk, which nevertheless can’t be that gay.”
Pakistan’s legislation criminalising consensual same-sex relations dates back to October 6, 1860, beneath the rule that is colonial of Uk Raj. And little has changed.
The child of two development economists, Natasha lived in Oxford as a young child but in addition travelled the planet and invested an in pakistan when she was four year.