Rapper Obibini has called for all homos*xual men in Ghana to be arrested. According to him, what they do is wrong and gross and thus must be arrested. READ ALSO: Stylish Priestess Agradaa Ignorantly Brags As She Flaunts New Designer Bag – Says It’s ‘Donzi And Gabanie’ Lesbians, however, should be left alone to practice … Read more
A Ghanaian man whose own father nearly killed him for being gay has won an appeal against a court ruling refusing him asylum in the U.S. Despite being assaulted by a mob led by his father and nearly burnt to death, a judge in the U.S refused to grant him asylum because he claimed the … Read more
According to Prophet Cosmos Walker Affran, the President of the Republic, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will legalise homosexuality before his tenure of office. His revelation may come on the back of the introduction of the Comprehensive Se*ual Education (CSE) in the basic school which has currently being scrapped off. READ ALSO: Professor Gyampo … Read more
It is fashionable to attack homos*xuals in this country, that’s nothing new. Attacking gays happens everywhere in the world and even if you don’t like it people are never all going to agree on something and honest disagreement is normal in any intellectual society.
The problem is no real arguments are raised by opponents of homos*xuality in Ghana, aside raising religious objections. Different people have different religious beliefs, so thinking what your religion says about something is what everyone should believe is simply childish.
In a Facebook post sighted by GhanaCelebrities.com, a gay man getting ready to bang his lover flaunted him on social media with a caption indicating that they don’t give a hoot about whatever people say concerning their relationship.
In the photos, they were seen with condoms with smiles all over their faces with the caption; “if you don’t like my marriage please go to hell and unfriend me,,,I need space for new people”.
The head pastor of the Lighthouse Chapel, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, has assured his congregation that he and the church would fight with all their might to resist the legalization of homose*xuality in Ghana.
Homos*xuality is not even an issue right now but as a pastor looking to get your bigoted congregation to cheer you on, going after gays is definitely the right thing to do.
Christians believe they have the monopoly on morality and if they want to do something then they describe it as not evil but when others are doing something else they tag it evil. Don’t worry, I’m coming to give you a very good example of Christian hypocrisy on morality by no less a person than a preacher.
A 9 year old kid in the United States in Denver, Colorado, has committed suicide after being bullied by his classmates for being gay. Jamel Myles, a student at the Joe Shoemaker Elementary School, committed suicide last Thursday after four straight days of enduring bullying at his school.
Social media is simultaneously the place to go for the most interesting and the most ignorant opinions, which is what makes it the best place to go if you want to laugh a little. It’s also the perfect place to call out hypocrites which is almost 100% of the people on there.
Of all the shameful problems we have in this country that need addressing, we choose to spend a lot of time and energy trying to vilify a group of people who have done nothing except try to live their lives. Every other day, someone has to bring up the issue of homosexuality and it is … Read more
There are very few original arguments erected by Ghanaians when it comes to arguing against granting equal rights to gays. There is the even animals don’t do it argument, which is factually incorrect, there’s the religious argument against it, which is moot in a country like Ghana which is supposed to be secular, and then there’s the it is against our culture argument, which is outdated because culture is not static but dynamic, and there are many ‘cultural’ practices we have thrown away because we’ve moved into the 21st century.
In Ghana, it’s not easy to go against the conventional wisdom in town. The weight of condemnation that would be rained on your neck takes a very strong personality to withstand that and stick to your guns. Rex Omar recently said that he believes that Ghana would eventually legalize homos£xuality. He also said that gays must be protected as they are also human beings.
As a Ghanaian, you can screech or even cry blood and make all the noise but homos*xuality would be legalized in Ghana some few years to come according to veteran musician, Rex Omar. Rex Omar is of the view that Ghana as a country will have no option than to make laws to back homos*xuality in the coming years as peoples orientation on the subject will change.
It is said that it is better to keep mute and be suspected of being an idiot than to speak out and remove all doubt. Some “respected” people in this country really need to shut up and stick to what they know instead of making statements that do nothing but make them lose respect that … Read more
Mr. Moses Foh Amoaning is fast gaining a reputation as the face of homophobia in Ghana with his vendetta against the gay community, who he feels are an abomination and an evil the country can do without. On various platforms, Mr AMoaning has stated his views on same-sex relationships and has even gone ahead to … Read more
Akumaa Mama Zimbi’s recent comments on homosexuality make one feel like she needs to loosen the grip on her duku a bit because it might be cutting off circulation to her brain and making her regurgitate garbage that is expected from the likes of Foh Amoaning. The issue of homosexuality has flooded the news once again … Read more
The opposition National Democratic Congress may have failed us and the ruling New Patriotic Party has arguably failed Ghanaians but we are better off like this than to allow someone like Akua Donkor come rule us. The woman certainly is confused and says the first thing that comes to her mind without a thought to reason. She is on again with her gibberish talks and this time she has delved into homosexuality which is now our favourite canker.
Belonging to an over-religious society like Ghana can make you feel like Satan’s first born if you are the type who embraces your sexuality and likes to get freaky in the sheets. And it is quite ironic, considering all Ghanaians think and talk about is sex and gay sex and more sex. If some pervert … Read more
Singer Kidi has put himself in the crosshairs of Ghanaians after refusing to condemn gays and lesbians during an interview in which he was asked about them. It is ‘fashionable’ in Ghana as we all know to virulently condemn homos*xuality anytime it comes up yet Kidi said he doesn’t want to do so and ‘people should do whatever they want with their lives’.
The albino who is lucky to belong to a society like Ghana where his likes are not just tolerated but embraced instead of being sacrificed for rituals like it is done in other countries is out there spewing his usual homophobic garbage instead of practicing the same tolerance that has been extended to him and … Read more
There are many arguments Ghanaians love to make when certain ‘contentious’ issue comes up, like homos*xuality or evolution, arguments which knowledgeable people know are wrong but because Ghanaians are Ghanaians, we still haven’t discovered they are wrong or even if we have, we completely disregard them. One great example is the argument that even animals do not practice homos*xuality, so why should us as humans practice it? That argument is factually, practically, empirically, scientifically and any other way you look at it wrong, but people state it down here all the time as if they’ve discovered quite a profound argument.
The issue of homosexuality has made it back into the news after UK Prime Minister, Theresa May offered to help African countries including Ghana to decriminalize it. Theresa May earlier this week blamed colonialism for turning Africans against homosexuality and ventured to help in correcting the mess they created by making Africans believe it was … Read more