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25.02.2021 Opinion

My thought on the legalization of LGBTQI in Ghana

By Gifty Louisa Cobbinah
My thought on the legalization of LGBTQI in Ghana
LISTEN FEB 25, 2021

Fellow Ghanaians,

The energy you are using to fight against the legalization of LGBTQI in Ghana;

Use that same energy to educate your children and get them informed before they are misinformed!

Like “armyworms” they have already invaded the society feasting on young folks and ready to wipe out the entire generation!

“It is not part of our culture “ is a cliche that has long lost its meaning in this global village!

Things are fast-changing and society is embracing change each passing day!

Your kids spend a significant part of their time using technology and nobody knows how far these kids have been misinformed!

LGBTQI is all over the place; in the cartoons our kids watch,in the books they read!

Social media influencers keep posting and hailing transgender folks on their pages as we still sit back and lie to ourselves that “it is not part of our culture”

“Charity they say begins at home” and I believe the home is the very place to start this campaign.

As parents and caregivers, this is the time to get to work and protects your seed!

Do yourself and kids the favour of educating them!

The hard truth is if it’s not legalized today...it will be legalized tomorrow!

Gifty Louisa Cobbinah

Self-employed

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