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  7. Mohamed Salieu Kamara
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    Gay and Lesbians have the rights also. The rise in homosexuality, Lesbianism and bisexualism may seem to many a new way to express erotic Love. These sexual practices are not new. People who practice such sexual acts are now coming out because of the erosion of societal taboos, globalization and the freedom to do what one`s likes as long as it does not affect others. Because of medical improvements, transgender practices are now more frequent.

    The trouble about these forms of sexual practices is that it is frowned upon by most members of society on the grounds that it is unnatural, kinky on an outrageous way to express sexual acts. The reaction of people o these who carry out such sexual acts is sometimes disastrous.

    We all have our likes and dislikes. Going to great lengths in expressing our individual likes and dislikes in uncalled forgone should not forget that it takes all sorts to make the world, a reason why all should not be expected to behave or do things the same way.

    The discrimination, stigma, harassment and attacks of gays, lesbians and bisexual are sometimes unbearable. What two or more consenting adults decide to do in private should not be the business of anybody. The freedom we want for ourselves should be the freedom that we should want for others, homosexuals and lesbians not excepted. The media, religious bodies some civil socitie, associations and organizations sometimes condemn same sex relationship and marriages. News of killing and molesting of Gays and lesbians is rampant. The head of the Gays organizations Pride Equality a friend me In Sierra Leone Mr. George Reginald Freeman a Sierra Leonean activist escapes broken glass murder attempt.

    When will people wake up to the call of gay and lesbians rights to activist? As long as what gays, Lesbians and bisexuals practice do not affects us, we should let the be.

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  8. mohamedskamara371
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    Gay and Lesbians have the rights also. The rise in homosexuality, Lesbianism and bisexualism may seem to many a new way to express erotic Love. These sexual practices are not new. People who practice such sexual acts are now coming out because of the erosion of societal taboos, globalization and the freedom to do what one`s likes as long as it does not affect others. Because of medical improvements, transgender practices are now more frequent.

    The trouble about these forms of sexual practices is that it is frowned upon by most members of society on the grounds that it is unnatural, kinky on an outrageous way to express sexual acts. The reaction of people o these who carry out such sexual acts is sometimes disastrous.

    We all have our likes and dislikes. Going to great lengths in expressing our individual likes and dislikes in uncalled forgone should not forget that it takes all sorts to make the world, a reason why all should not be expected to behave or do things the same way.

    The discrimination, stigma, harassment and attacks of gays, lesbians and bisexual are sometimes unbearable. What two or more consenting adults decide to do in private should not be the business of anybody. The freedom we want for ourselves should be the freedom that we should want for others, homosexuals and lesbians not excepted. The media, religious bodies some civil socitie, associations and organizations sometimes condemn same sex relationship and marriages. News of killing and molesting of Gays and lesbians is rampants.The head of the Gays organizations Pride Equality a friend me In Sierra Leone Mr. George Reginald Freeman a Sierra Leone activist escapes broken glass murder attempt.

    When will people wake up to the call of gay and lesbians rights to activist? As long as what gays, Lesbians and bisexuals practice do not affects us, we should let the be.

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  10. Mohamed Salieu Kamara
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    It is true that Sierra Leoneans use to hear about same-sex sexual activities in both sexes, with less attention given to female same-sex sexual activities. Male same-sex sexual activities were generally looked upon as an aberration.

    A person or persons guilty under this Act can be sentenced to life imprisonment. This law, which was inherited from the British, is seldom (if ever) enforced. That this Act has not been expressly repealed pose a threat to LGBT rights. This Act states “Sodomy and bestiality: whosoever shall be convicted of the abominable crime of convicted of the abominable crime of buggery, crime committed either with mankind or with any animal shall be liable to be kept in penal servitude for life.”

    So far, there are no laws in this country protecting against LGBT discrimination. This implies that people in same-sex relationships are at the mercy of anti-LGBT`S.
    Our cultural, traditional and religious practices frown at LGBT issues. This country’s two main religions, Christianity and Islam, discountance same-sex sexual activities.

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    1. Mohamed Salieu Kamara
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      Most watch on Facebook LGBT activist Campaign Group West Africa News

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