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This is what people are saying about life for LGBTI people in GHANA...
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steven kasiko (user currently living in NEW ZEALAND) posted for gay lesbian intersex readers on 21/11/2011 tagged with human rights +5
The trend of horrors and events ever unfloding in Africa and Uganda are so scaring and need to be addressed by all civilized human beings. Homosexuals are facing alot of suffering from the government and communities .We should not allow people to be tortured , executed, arrested discriminated or abused becauses of being homosexuals , who they love , how they look and who they are. Ugandans need to know that homosexuals are integral part of our society that should not be discriminated or abused the sooner we accept being a gay is not a crime nor amenace to the society the better. Changing peoples minds and decriminalizing homosexuality is an important step in realising equality for all people . I demand for laws and policies in Uganda that will protect everyone's dignity and i call upon all Ugandans to work for a world where all people can enjoy their rights fully
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steven kasiko (user currently living in NEW ZEALAND) posted for gay lesbian bisexual intersex readers on 10/09/2011 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, human rights +10
Despite of us being the minority let us not allow the majority trample on our rights to exist like other African brothers and sisters that are using the excuse of morals like in uganda already there's the the law that criminalize homosexuality now they 're busy coming up with the ANTI GAY BILL this adds poison to an alraedy toxic atmosphere for we homosexuals. The onus is on us to liberate our selfs to fight for our rights to exist like others let everybody come on board now not tomorrow but now
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