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Yes It's Your Right But Why Should I Be Made To Accept That It Is The Right Thing To Do ?

The anti-LGBTQ+ Bill has come under some severe attack and criticism by some leading Ghanaians academicians and public figures. About eighteen Ghanaian academicians and lawyers are championing the protection of the rights of the LGBTQ+ community in the country. Whilst I think their stance is laudable, I cannot understand their arguments. I am a firm believer in justice and the rights of every human on earth

And so when someone decides that in his right-thinking sensible abilities he will choose his fellow man for a concubine or sleeping partner, I think it’s his right to do so if he wants to. As he chooses to make such a choice he must also be fully responsible for such a choice. What I do not understand is why I should be made to accept that it’s the right thing to do and to also teach my children that a man choosing to sleep with his fellow man is a good thing and that it must be encourage

A man choosing to sleep with his fellow man is not something new; it’s something that has been there for a very long time even in the days of Sodom and Gomorra. There are people in Ghana who have been practicing these for a very long time so why are people making it look as if its the eclipse of the moon that everyone should be excited and fascinated about to the extent that we are supposed to get sunglasses in other to witness one of the marvelous wonders of nature?

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