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Ghana rights groups warn of anti-gay hate campaign

Ghana rights groups warn of anti-gay hate campaign
Hillary Afful shows a scar he says he sustained after he and a group of homosexuals were attacked with sticks and knives after they exited from a group meeting. (Michael Ciaglo/Special to the Star)

I had an awesome opportunity the other day to work on a story for the Toronto Star with two reporters about gay rights in Ghana. Recently there has been a movement by religious organizations to call for a stop to homosexual activities in the country through such means as arrests and imprisonment. You can read the full story here: http://www.thestar.com/news/world/article/1029152–ghana-rights-groups-warn-of-anti-gay-hate-campaign

 

2 Comments

  1. By the way Chief Imam, animals in the jungle practice the CRAP out of homosexuality in the jungle.

  2. I’ve never quite understood why anyone cares if someone is homosexual. Why does it fill people with such rage? It has no impact on their life, it’s not like someone is trying to force them to be gay. When will people understand that you love who your heart loves, it’s not a choice.

    Peace, Love & Joy,

    Joyce

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