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  1. Goaty's News
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    Reblogged this on Goaty's News.

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  2. jean
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    Laws against homosexual activities in Guyana have led to harassment, discrimination, vigilante justice and high levels of HIV infection in the homosexual community, according to a report from the University of the West Indies Faculty of Law in Barbados.

    For reasons of love, respect, and compassion this law against buggery should be ended even for the sake of only one innocent person who won’t get infected.

    Without abandoning church doctrines opposed to homosexuality.
    Let’s push the message of ‘test and treat’ rather than stigma and discrimination.

    Let God judge sin not the police.

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  3. Simon DeGoree
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    Buggering is not necessarily an homosexual act. Many women in Guyana love to be buggered. I have been asked by many to do it to them when I was stationed there. It was a form of not getting pregnant.

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