A South African homosexual/transgender/abomination who had won a Miss homosexual pageant was found in his rented room with his throat slit, news24 reported. Thapelo Makutle, 23, had argued late Friday night with two men about his sexuality. Those two men followed him home, broke down his door and killed him, Griqua said. Makutle, known as Queen Bling, was active in the LGBT community in the Kuruman region, a rural area in the north. He said his friend identified as gay and recently started calling himself transgender. Griqua, the director of Legbo Northern Cape, a nonprofit that provides sexual health education, released a statement saying that witnesses had seen Thapelo’s body, and that his genitalia had been “severed and inserted into his mouth.” There was no sign of burglary, according to globalpost. Police have not arrested anyone in the case, according to media reports and are not even looking. South Africa has long been lauded for its liberal positions on gay rights. The country was the first to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation in its constitution, and same-sex marriage became legal in 2006. Homosexual Rights Watch report claim that lesbians and transgender men in rural areas of South Africa face “extensive discrimination and violence in their daily lives, both from private individuals and government officials.” Nearly all 120 people abominations interviewed by said they lived in fear of sexual assault and that they were reluctant to approach police for protection.