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Ghana Education Ministry vows to punish acts of ‘lesbianism’ in schools

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  1. Beelzeebub 31 Oct 2013, 4:15pm

    Backward dirt bowl of a country.

  2. One would hope acts of heterosexuality would be punished in schools similarly…or is that acceptable for school children now?

  3. Derek Williams 31 Oct 2013, 5:43pm

    “Ghana’s Education Ministry” – oxymoron.

  4. These African backwards nations are certainly obsessed with the subject, aren’t they? They must spend HOURS ruminating about what gays and lesbians get up to. I wonder why? A bit suspicious – and not a little disturbing – if you ask me …..

  5. Rivermaverick 1 Nov 2013, 1:47am

    With all the problems Ghana has, it is ludicrous that they want to interfere in the bedroom.

  6. friday jones 1 Nov 2013, 1:22pm

    Ghana ’round the bend.

  7. friday jones 1 Nov 2013, 1:29pm

    Isn’t Ghana one of those places where the “Virgin Cure” myth is a popular notion? You know, the myth that a man can cure his STD or AIDS by raping a virgin? So they have men raping infants and little girls trying to cure themselves?

    1. No, that’s SA and surrounding.

  8. According to ILGA, same-sex sexual activity among females is legal http://ilga.org/ilga/en/countries/GHANA/Law But do fanatics care about laws?

  9. I agree that there are other things that need to be worried about, particularly that this kind of treatment of any human being severely impinges on human rights.
    HOWEVER, it is clear by the comments that none of you has been to Ghana. Ghana is far from backwar and the virgin cure is not at all a reality. In fact, anyone found to have done such a thing would be more severely punished than those caught in non-heterosexual acts.
    I think it is only fair to think twice about what you are saying about a whole nation before you make the kinds of comments that have been made before I posted.

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