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“The video currently circulating on You Tube consists of lyrics that strongly advocate for gay rights in Kenya, complete with graphic sexual scenes between people of the same gender, as well as depiction of nudity and pornography,” the board’s chief executive, Ezekiel Mutua, told a news conference.The video remains online and has been watched on You Tube more than 120,000 times in three weeks.The use of art is an innovative form of advocacy that should be encouraged, said Anthony Oluoch, executive director of Gay Kenya Trust.“KFCB is stifling our people’s creativity by refusing to let people see films and music videos that have a message,” he said.

An actor re-enacts Barasa’s teenage suicide attempt in the video, collapsing on the floor beside a note saying: “Wish I wasn’t born this way”.

The board threatened to ban the streaming service Netflix in January, saying it threatened Kenya’s moral values and national security.

"This was my first song advocating for LGBT but it won't be my last," said Art Attack, who says he is straight.

NAIROBI, March 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Kenya’s first gay music video - swiftly banned by the country’s film board - shows a well-toned young man, naked apart from his underpants, leaning over his tattooed male lover in bed.

Two pretty young women exchange kisses on a park bench, one putting a ring on the other’s wedding finger, as the vocalist sings: “I can’t change, even if I tried, even if I wanted to.” The song “Same Love” was originally recorded by American hip hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis during the 2012 campaign to legalise same-sex marriage in Washington State.