Homosexuality is un-African?

8 Apr

The first thing I do when I wake up, is to check my Facebook, yesterday I woke up to this post.  A picture of two Ugandan men sharing a kiss, and somebody had written go to hell, and I was like seriously? I decided not to comment, because I’m tired of discussing with ignorant Africans, who say that homosexuality is un-African,and God is against it,  the bible says many things that no one listens to or follows, e,g. Leviticus 20:13  prohibits men having sex with each other but two chapters later it prohibits round haircuts, working on weekends, tattoos ,wearings garments of mixed fabrics, eating pork or shellfish, getting your fortune told and even playing with the skin of an animal (there goes football ), but I could not stop my self!

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2 Responses to “Homosexuality is un-African?”

  1. Sami April 8, 2013 at 13:32 #

    Well the ignorant africans aparrently have such a weak and feeble god, who is not strong or almighty enough to handle his creation him/her self. He has to have Mofufu be his judge and executioner and help him decide who goes to hell or not..!

  2. miela May 3, 2013 at 07:35 #

    i am a women and gender studies student and had to write and essay about the statement homosexuality is un-african and i disagreed with the statement completely. i found various information that clearly state that African cultures practiced homosexuality. i agree with you people want to quote passages from the bible and ignore the rest. i am from south africa and gay communities are equal rights, they can get married, adopt children and have their privacy. the city i live in embrace gay pride we even got a yearly parade which is awesome. i wish everyone can be accepting and love thy neighbour.
    love all, respect all, be kind to all
    thanx for the post

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