Sign in
Download Opera News App



Forget About The Fifteen People Advocating For LGBTQ, They Don't Understand What It Means.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning, LGBTQ is not yet approved or endorsed in the country, Ghana but certain individuals are seen moving around claiming to be lesbians, homosexuals, and even advocates for LGBTQ.

LGBTQ may refer to anyone who is non-heterosexual or non-cisgender, instead of exclusively to people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender. To recognize this inclusion, a popular variant, LGBTQ, adds the letter Q for those who identify as queer or are questioning their sexual or gender identity.

The promotion of proper human sexual right and Ghanaian Family Values Bill 2021 bill hasn't been passed yet but awaiting approval.

Immediately this bill is passed it means it will be a crime punishable by law, for a Ghanaian to be with the same sex in relation to sexual satisfaction. Anyone found guilty will be imprisoned for not less than 10 years. All promoters of LGBTQ will also be charged as criminals when caught.

Before this month ends, we anticipate Parliament resumes its activities and effect this bill. Professor Gyimah Boadi, Dr Rose Kutin Mensah, Professor Kwesi Prempeh, Professor Audrey Gadgekpo, Professor Kwame Karikari, Professor Raymond Atugubah among others who are advocating against the bill to be passed should be ignored according to the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights.

Mr Moses Amoani, the executive secretary for the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights explained further that he chanced on one of these advocators and asked the the meaning of the abbreviated letters and they couldn't even tell what it meant.

Is this what freedom and justice means as per our constitution? To allow females marry females, males marry males or even have intercourse with animals and inanimate objects? This is not freedom. This is slavery! Stop LGBTQ now.

Content created and supplied by: MRNews (via Opera News )


Load app to read more comments