Should same-sex marriage be legalized in Lesotho?

Yes. First and foremost, marriage is a human right. Second, Lesotho is completely surrounded by a country that has legalized same-sex marriage. Gay couples living in Lesotho who get married in South Africa, should have their marriage recognized when they return home. Instead, they must live secret lives, or risk being arrested.

It's unlikely this will happen within the next 50 years though, because same sex activity is illegal in Lesotho, and highly taboo.
Gay marriage should be legal in Lesotho and in every country, because everyone on the planet deserves to marry their love.