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Cameroon Upholds 3-year Jail Term For Gay Text Message

Cameroon Upholds 3-year Jail Term For Gay Text Message

Commented Dec 17, 2012 at 16:33:59 in Gay Voices

“Apparently you do not know the history of Africa. Homosexuality was considered an abomination even before the colonization of Africa, so this has nothing to do with extreme missionaries. Also, majority of these countries are ruled under the Sharia Laws, which are based on Islamic doctrines, so before you blame Christians for what is going on in some African nations, take time to understand the dynamics involved.”

Koshenya31 on Dec 18, 2012 at 05:25:14

“Wrong! Please tell me you're not one of the 'Europeans brought homosexuality to Africa' crowd. Educate yourself, please.”

esotericus01 on Dec 17, 2012 at 18:40:44

“I don't recall a "Kill The Gays" bill BEFORE the continent was infiltrated with western Christian extremists, do you? No? Because there WASN'T one.”

ramal on Dec 17, 2012 at 17:03:35

“Read before you think. Think before you comment.
Celebrating Crohn's and Colitis Awareness Week

Celebrating Crohn's and Colitis Awareness Week

Commented Dec 4, 2012 at 10:02:57 in Healthy Living

“My son was 13 when he was diagnosed with Crohn's disease, like many others I had never heard of this disease before then. My son spent over three months in the hospital. Thank God for his experienced gastroenterologists, that knew what he was going through. She was proactive, which prevented the removal of some parts my son's intestines. My son's disease is under control now and he recieves IV every 12 weeks.
While my son was in the hospital I noted that over half of the kids on the same floor he was, had Crohn's disease, so this is a disease that is affecting a lot of lives. Thses kids including my son will hope to outgrow this disease or manage it for the rest of their lives. That is concerning to me, so I am happy that there is an awareness brought to this disease.”