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  1. Adrian Masters
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    For as long as homosexuality reamins on the books as a punishable act, people will be remaining suffering from these in-human discriminatory laws! That is why on a national level as well as the international level all must fight these laws, and ensure that these completely outdatet and in all civilized countries dismissed laws will and shall be removed from the books! No human being should be punished for loving another human being, regardless of that love being between a male and a female, a male and male, or a female and a female! Love is not unnatural, and when love is punished the humanity looses its value and morals! The judiciary is able to dismiss inhuman laws and legislation, as they are (supposed to be) a-political, and free from political influences! That is why the Zambian judiciary must be educated by impartial bodies, amongst others on matters that involve individuals who on a consencial basis engage in physical, sexual interaction with eachother! Regardless of gender!

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  5. Jamey
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    It’s very bad… Poor guys.

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