Do Better Teshie Youth!!!

March 4, 2020
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I see these kind of posts and it reminds me of how far we are behind as a nation.
Some adults decided to meet and have fun and other adults are against it. 
What do they even mean by ‘Bad luck’? What is bad luck than hating your neighbor because of his or her sexual preference? 
Most men jump to fight gays and lesbians but get home and beg their wives for Anal sex! Let’s ask wives if this isn’t a fact. 
Instead of educating yourselves and learning how to spell ‘Lesbians’ you are there hating because they are reaching the orgasm you can’t give them.
I’ve never seen any group of homosexuals fighting straight people for their sexual orientation.It’s always the way round. They have their rights to have parties. Whatever they want to do with their vagina and anus shouldn’t be part of your business.
We applaud and accept internet fraudsters and even call them chairmen but hate gays. I just don’t get it!
Channel this energy to the government to build the road at LEKMA and also stop defecating at the beaches.
Ghana Police should even arrest this Teshie Youth for issuing threats to other people. It is against the law of the land. 

Let Love Lead
My name is Amakye and I support LGBT 🏳🌈 

CONTRIBUTION TO GHANA’S GUIDELINES ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS BY LGBT+ RIGHTS GHANA.

January 31, 2020
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The Ghana Education Service (GES) and the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) under the auspices of the Ministry of Education drafted a document containing guidelines on reproductive health education and this is what we at LGBT+ Rights Ghana have to say about it:

“To regret one’s own experiences is to arrest one’s own development. To deny one’s own experiences is to put a lie into the lips of one’s own life. It is no less than a denial of the soul.”
Oscar Wilde, De Profundis.

 

 

The essence of education is basically to learn by acquiring knowledge and skills in order to wholly interact with one’s environment peacefully and dexterously. This calls for an all-inclusive and holistic approach to learning experiences not rather biased theoretical approach to real experiences which would only leave some learners confused, repressed and left out.
In view of this, the aforementioned group wishes to contribute to the Reproductive Health Education by drawing the attention of curriculum developers and education policy makers to a few facts that may be subjected to neglect.
The group would like to stress the fact that gender is beyond just maleness and femaleness; other learners naturally do not see themselves psychologically, emotionally and sometimes physically falling within any of the 2 gender sect completely or exclusively, regardless of their physical and/or biological gender assignments. The neglect of such learning experience would only subject them to psychological trauma. Since the purpose of education is not to further create conflicts within the minds of learners who are the very fiber of the society and our future as a nation, we entreat that the concept of gender identity and expression which is beyond just being male and female must be looked at and properly incorporated into the curriculum.

 
Alex Kofi Donkor
Director – LGBT+ Rights Ghana

director@lgbtrightsghana.org

 

 

LGBT WORDS

September 19, 2019
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Millions of persons identify as LGBTQ, and like any group, they have their own language to talk about both who they are and the challenges they face in a society that doesn’t fully accept or protect them. Below are visuals that explain some of the LGBTQ Acronyms. 

These visuals are by no means exhaustive, and some of these terms — because they are so personal — likely mean slightly different things to different people. If you’re puzzled by a term and feel like you can ask someone you love in the LGBTQ community to help you make sense of it, do it. But also be careful not to put the burden of your education on other people when there’s a whole wide world of resources out there.

Visuals

Rejoinder Graphic Communications Group

September 19, 2019
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The Mirror newspaper on 6th of April, 2019 published an article by HadizaNuhhuBilla Quansah with the caption: Sex in the open; Chorkor suffocates under gays, lesbians’ affair – an article intended to target, ridicule and incite homophobia among the masses with no just cause. Click here to read the article.
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