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03-Jul-2015  
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"When was the last time you saw two he-goats attempting to have sex? Even in the animal kingdom, two males don't have sex", he told a cheering Christian crowd as they marked Ghana's Republic Day holiday with prayers."

General Overseer of the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministries, Reverend Steve Mensah has charged the country to take a stance against homosexuality."

Ok Reverend Steve Mensah, when was the last time you saw two males or two females attempting to have sex? The fact that you have not seen it does not mean it doesn't exist. Yes, in the animal Kingdom, two males do have sex. Don't get me wrong, I am against homosexuality like majority of Ghanaians it is the misinformation and the foaming of the mouth hatred against homosexuals that I am against. You can hate the practice of homosexuality without hating homosexuals.

The vast majority of Ghanaians abhors homosexuality and rightly so since the practice of it seems unnatural and I do agree with majority of Ghanaians. What I don't like about this homosexuality debate is the misinformation that even well educated Ghanaians due to their disgust about this practice seems to disseminate to Ghanaians. It is not true that Animals don't practice homosexuality because they do.

Anyway, does it make any difference if animals practice homosexuality or not? Are the people who use this animals don't practice homosexuality saying that it will be alright for human beings to practice homosexuality if animals do?


 
 
 
Source: Justice Sarpong /ghanaweb
 
 

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