White people are used to counselling – we are not
Participant 2: "Counselling" is such a formal word. Like, white people are used to counselling- we are not. We don't have counsellors. So the way we talk about it is when we are at school, maybe with our friends? Not even at school, because it's hard to say it around your friends- then you feel like they are not going to accept you.
Participant 1: They know your story. In Africa, it isn't that they are not going to accept it; it's that they now know your business.
Participant 2: Yeah, and they are going to keep telling everyone. So that's what we don't want. We don't want everybody else to know, especially people from our country, because there are so few here. [...] Could it be something anonymous? Or, in writing? Like, creating a website or anything that protects confidentiality.